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Fallout 4 confirmed for PS4, Xbox One and PC

Update: The brand new Fallout 4 trailer is here, giving us a first look at the new game ahead of the full E3 2015 reveal.

Bethesda has now confirmed Fallout 4 is coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC, with the world premiere of the game occurring during Bethesda’s E3 2015 showcase on June 14, which will also be streamed live via Twitch and YouTube.

Currently in development at Bethesda under the direction of Todd Howard, we’re not sure where the game will be set or when it will be released as yet.

“We know waht this game means to everyone,” said Howard. “The time and technology have allowed us to be more ambitious than ever. We’ve never been more excited about a game and can’t wait to share it.”

Keep up to date with the official Fallout 4 website too.

Fallout 4 has been confirmed, with the game coming to PS4, Xbox One and PC at some time in the future.

The official Fallout 4 website went live for a little while for some earlier today, revealing the title and the platforms for the next Fallout game.

As you can see above and below, the main image for the website shows a dog and some power armour in a garage, with a Nuka Cola machine and a Pip Boy bobble head also visible.

Although the website is still showing the countdown timer until 3pm BST, some managed to grab screengrabs of the Fallout 4 website when it was visible.

It looks like you’ll be able to pre-order the game as soon as the website goes live, despite there being no release date as yet.

There was a full thumbnail for the incoming YouTube video too shown, which has since been tweeted out by a variety of fans.

The thumbnail, as you can see below, seems to show a first-person perspective of the Fallout 4 world with a dog leading hte way across a wooden bridge.

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