Bethesda’s Pete Hines is not happy with the leaks.
With just over a week to go until Fallout 4 officially lands in our hot little hands, Bethesda’s Pete Hines appears to be livid about the amount of leaking that is going on surrounding his game. There was a time when the leaks were actually pretty small but as we’ve gotten closer and closer more and more has come out and Hines for one, is incredibly tired of answering questions on stuff that isn’t supposed to be out there at all.
On Twitter, Hines started telling people he might end up blocking them if they continued to ask him questions about leaked information. One thing that has the Internet up in arms is a leaked screen that has the game set in 2287, not a mere 2-3 months after the last title. At one point, Hines is actually accused of lying and it becomes apparent he isn’t happy about it. Hines’ response is simple and to the point saying “I reiterated what Todd said. Be quiet.”
Another person proclaimed that with all the information being leaked, Bethesda should just release the game now. Pete’s only response to this was “hush.” He was also asked why he thought so much info was hitting the web and he said he didn’t know but it seemed likely someone broke the street date. He added that for a game like this, he still believes people will be able to enjoy it more if they experience it for themselves, rather than read everything floating around the web. We will all get to experience Fallout 4 ourselves on the PS4, Xbox One and PC on November 10.