Fallout 4: Bethesda’s Pete Hines Apologizes for Spoilers, Reassures Fans
The leaks have been an issue for a number of weeks.
Fallout 4 is just days away from finally hitting our hot little hands but it appears there are some people who just can’t wait until the official release date before they start showing off different aspects of the game. This has led to quite a bit of consternation from Bethesda and Pete Hines as they rightfully feel as though they have had some of the excitement over the game sapped by people who leaked information, screenshots and even video of the game ahead of launch.
Hines actually took to Twitter in order to apologize about the fact that some people have caught some spoilers. He added that he doesn’t believe seeing some of the story takes away from the fact that there is still a massive amount of story that hasn’t yet been uncovered. He added “This game is too big, there’s too much, and so many ways to play and things to see. I think you’re gonna have a great time. Hang in there.”
As part of Bethesda’s work getting rid of the spoilers before they can be seen by the vast majority of gamers on the web, the company is actively looking to take down streams that have broken the street date and any review embargo. Hines posted on his social media profile a thank you “Thanks for helping us track down streams and videos. All of us here continue to do our best to get them pulled asap. Appreciate the assist.” Fallout 4 will finally be available on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 10, 2015.