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Fallout 4 announcement officially teased by Bethesda

Bethesda has revealed it will announce Fallout 4 tomorrow via its official website.

If you head to the Bethesda website right now, you’ll see a countdown timer that is counting down to a big announcement tomorrow, June 3 at 3pm BST.

Although the actual timer doesn’t give much away if you divert your eyes to the URL, you’ll notice that this holding page is called fallout.bethesda.com.

Plus, that “Please Stand By” image is directly from previous Fallout games, so you can’t get much better than that.

That’s all we can learn from the Fallout teaser direct from Bethesda,
but seeing as something is going to happen tomorrow at 3pm, we really
don’t have that long to wait.

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Fallout 4, the sequel to Fallout 3 released back in 2008, is considered one of the most eagerly anticipated games in recent history and people have been talking about it for years.

The hype recently ramped up again when Bethesda revealed it was holding its first ever press conference at E3 2015 on June 14.

Back in 2013 we heard via leaked documents that Fallout 4 might be set in Boston, but since then it’s been a lot quieter.

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