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Submitted by Rowland 936d ago | article

Setting Fallout 4

Calitreview: Recently, rumors started circulating that Bethesda may be considering the city of Boston, Massachusetts, as the primary setting for the next Fallout game, theoretically the 4th numbered sequel. Though this rumor hasn’t been confirmed, and is contrary to earlier statements, but it seems plausible.

Not only was The City on a Hill obliquely referenced in Fallout 3 via the mysterious civilization known as The Commonwealth (and “The Institute”, theoretically a scientific society emerging from MIT), but considering Bethesda’s familiarity with the Eastern seaboard, it makes sense for them to set the game in a location that’s within their geographic wheelhouse. (Fallout 4, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

seanpitt23  +   936d ago
This needs to come on next gen consoles using I'd tech 5 or an improved engine from fallout 3.
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claud3  +   936d ago
Totally agree. Next gen us the most logical approach to this series
pandehz  +   936d ago
Pls include borderlands 2 style loot and physx.

I soo wanna see some exploding bodies in physx
BabyTownFrolics  +   936d ago
evil boston accents!

waa, waa neva changes

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