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Time to escape the vault again; ‘Fallout 4’ confirmed

Among the numerous E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) rumors floating around, one has come surprisingly early. Today, Bethesda Softworks has released a teaser trailer and confirmed the production of their newest expansive RPG – “Fallout 4.”

Bethesda is most notably recognized for its massive fantasy based series, “The Elder Scrolls”, as well as many other series titles such as “Wolfenstien,” “DOOM,” and of course, “Fallout.”

Many details regarding the newest title, “Fallout 4,” have not yet been released; however, within the teaser trailer, it’s obvious this post-apocalyptic game will stay true to its roots. It has also been confirmed that this title will not be cross-generational and will be new-generation exclusive.

What does that mean for players? Expect quality graphics, as well as improvement on the game’s features and gameplay. Bethesda is no newbie to gigantic RPGs and this highly anticipated title is sure to be one that will not disappoint.

Expect to hear more about “Fallout 4” and other upcoming Bethesda titles at E3 2015 on June 14 at 10 p.m. Like previous years, all of E3’s media briefings will be livestreamed for the world to see. Happen to miss it?

Check back with Eagle News on E3 week, June 14 to 18, to catch up on the latest the gaming industry has to offer.






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Aiden Strawhun

Aiden Strawhun, infamously known as “Ginger,” is a sophomore at FGCU majoring in journalism and minoring in creative writing. Originally hailing from Nixa, Missouri, Aiden has joined Eagle News to be the ultimate word nerd. When she’s not writing or editing, she can be found binge gaming on the latest releases or drowning her sorrows in Asian cooking.


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