Bethesda Softworks has been extremely cagey on any information related to Fallout 4. In fact, the developer has gone so far as to say that it’s unrealistic to expect information in a short period of time (which is indication enough that development might not be as far along as we think). This hasn’t stopped people like Obsidian Entertainment designer Chris Avellone, who also worked on Fallout: New Vegas, to talk about where he’d like to see the next Fallout game take place.
However, with the announcement of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind being rebuilt using the Skyrim engine, an interesting point has come up: Would fans rather go for Fallout 4 or a remake of the first two games using the Fallout 3 engine (or even id Tech Engine 5)?
The first two Fallout games are still relatively unknown among a new generation of gamers, and reintroducing them in a new form would both be a great way to garner revenue as well as give Fallout 3 fans something to satisfy them until the fourth game hits. Of course, the obvious benefit of having Fallout 4 immediately is that Bethesda will be focusing all its resources on creating a brand new experience, one that we’ll be seeing that much sooner.
What would you prefer to see: a remake of the first two Fallout games or Fallout 4? Let us know in the comments below.