It's official! Bethesda has published the official Fallout 4 website. It's real: Fallout 4 is happening.
After years of waiting for a sequel to the hits such as Fall Out:3 and Fall Out:New Vegas, and several hints at a new release, Bethesda had accidentally released the website with over an hour left on the Website Countdown timer. It was taken down shortly after, but then a video trailer was released.
Bethesda says that the game's official world premiere will take place at their E3 conference, on June 14. Along with the release will be an official game trailer with gameplay, as the one released was in-engine, showing just the barebones of the game. Some known facts about the game is that it's only listed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Looks like Bethesda is leaving the last-gen consoles behind and are looking to make this games world as immersive as possible for a better overall gaming experience. No more information has been released about the game, as the majority of it will be revealed at E3.