Bethesda Responds To Fallout 4’s Release Date Listing On Official Store

An update on the release date of the anticipated role playing game.

Posted By | On 04th, Jun. 2015 Under News | Follow This Author @GamingBoltTweet

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Yesterday we reported that Bethesda’s official store listed Fallout 4’s release date as an estimated TBA 2015. However, it was quickly changed back to TBA. GamingBolt got in touch with Bethesda and asked for a clarification regarding the release date of the upcoming role playing game.

“The official store is run independently by Treehouse. We have not shared any news on a release date,” a Bethesda PR said to GamingBolt. So it seems that the official store is not being handled by Bethesda and is instead being worked on by Treehouse. For those who are unaware Treehouse works with game publishers and developers to develop and maintain their games store. Treehouse are also looking after Bioware, Square Enix and several other video games companies out there.

It must be noted that Bethesda have not outright denied the 2015 release date speculation and if it’s true it’s unlikely they would confirm it before their big showing at E3. There is also a possibility that the game is indeed coming out this year and Treehouse jumped the gun sooner than they were allowed to. Whatever it is, we will know more for sure on June 14th.

Fallout 4 is confirmed to launch on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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  • Erik

    FO3 released 2008 and FO:NV 2010. Both games based on the same engine(s). With presumably modified/upgraded physics and engine including weather systems, which the trailer seem to give us insight to, it would seem that they’ll use the same engine.

    The same studio currently working at Fallout 4, which is Bethesda Game Studios, has not developed a new project(except for “minor” DLC’s) since the release of Skyrim Q4 2011.

    So if we look at the analytical side, a release date this year is not too far fetched if they started shortly after Skyrim. Two years between releases of both FO games mentioned above, using the very same engines.

    Still I’d guess that half a year is the absolute minimum we have to wait until we get to see this game released. Depending on their rate of publishing materials, we can more or less extrapolate an estimated date.

    It’s nothing new to see games release in the fourth quarter, to accommodate holidays and hence increasing sales. I personally estimate that those who are interested in a game series will follow it’s progress and those not interested yet, will still hear about it within three months. Adding up to that, we may, and that’s a big may, see a fourth quarter release in time for the ‘big’ holidays.


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