Fallout 4. That’s the big game we’re all hoping is revealed at E3 this year – and with rumours increasing, and the fact that Bethesda’s hosting its own press conference, it’s becoming increasingly likely that we’ll indeed see Fallout 4 at E3 this year. And now there’s another bit of information that points towards an E3 reveal.
According to Videogamer.com, Guillermo del Toro’s production company Miranda was contracted to produce a cinematic trailer for the game, which has yet to be announced, or officially confirmed by Bethesda. The Linkedin profile of one of Miranda’s 3D artists, says he spent 4 months working on a cinematic trailer for Fallout 4 – seemingly confirming the game.
The last batch of rumours suggested that Bethesda would announce Fallout 4 at its very first E3 press conference, though it’s possible that only the cinematic trailer will be shown – with 20-30 minutes of the game being shown to journalists behind closed doors.
It’s unlikely that Guillermo del Toro himself will be involved with Fallout 4 in any way though, for those hoping the post-apocalyptic RPG might make a turn for the strange. And that’s probably for the best. Any game that has had Guillermo’s name attached to it has spectacularly crumbled. Sundown, the Terminal Reality-developed action game never saw light of day, and inSANE was cancelled when THQ burned up. The latest game attached to the director to be binned is, of course, Silent Hills. The Hideo Kojima-designed survival horror game made a big splash in its Playable Teaser form, but Konami’s recent fallout with Kojima means the game will never be made.
Last Updated: May 11, 2015