Bethesda Has Its Hands Full With Fallout 4 Development Confirms IGN

We have not heard anything about Fallout 4 for some time and this is not surprising as Pete Hines said “not to even ask us about the game or questions how far in development the game is”. So what can fans do if they want news?

IGN offered news in a blog with an article called “Can Bethesda Make Fallout 4 the Best Game Of The Next Generation?” There is little doubt from fans that this will be the best game and gamers showed their excitement about one part of the post.

“First things first, I know that Fallout 4 is currently in active development at Bethesda.”

This is great news for those waiting for the game and who were wondering it is was even in development at the moment.

So does the blog know something that nobody else knows? They may well do as they are friendly with some of the big studios.

There was some more news about Fallout 4.

A lever designer who worked on Fallout 2 and Fallout: New Vegas was talking about game locations. The source has been right in the past with insider tips about Fallout: New Vegas. He said:

“We actually were kicking around some ideas after New Vegas for cool locations for the next Fallout. One of our designers Nathanial Chapman mentioned it’d be really cool to do a Fallout New Orleans. Have an entire city that had like a dam structure and lots of factions and tensions fighting in that city. And then our lead programmer on New Vegas, Frank Kowalkowski, he really wanted to do a Fallout that is set in San Francisco,” Avellone said. “In terms of stuff on the East Coast, there was this really brief mention of this region called the Erie Stretch in the Fallout 3 DLC [The Pit]. And I am really curious to see if they’ll bring that region back in future Fallout instalments because it seemed like a really intriguing location to explore.”

Fans of Fallout 4 may want to keep an eye on what’s happening at Gamescon as Bethesda will be there. Do you think they will offer a teaser for Fallout 4?

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