Those of you hoping for a Fallout 4 announcement and trailer at E3 this year just might be in luck. Mirada Studios, a CG studio founded by Guillermo del Toro to handle 3D contract work for various companies, has spent 4 months working on a CGI trailer for Fallout 4. This information was brought to the attention of the public via the LinkedIn profile of one of the artists who worked on it.
While Bethesda hasn't made any sort of official confirmation on the subject, this information does, for better or worse, seem to back up some of the rumors floating around right now. Word of Bethesda announcing Fallout 4 has been floating around for some time, however, there are also rumors flying around that a 20 to 30 minute gameplay demo will be shown as well. Of course, there's no way to confirm that, or any of this, but things do seem to be heading in the direction of some sort of reveal.
At this point, there's nothing anyone can do but wait and see what happens at E3. While this is all just speculation, Mirada Studios has actually told Destructoid, who reported on this, to take down their article, claiming that a non-disclosure agreement had been broken. Who broke the agreement, we don't know, but if anything, it seems to strengthen the rumors flying around. Who knows?
How do you feel about Fallout? Are you a huge fan, waiting to explore Bethesda's newest world, or could you care less about the series? Let us know below.
UPDATE: A countdown timer has been placed on Bethesda's website.
The official trailer has been released:
Thanks to Deadpool for submitting this topic!