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New leak shows off the Fallout 4 menu system

A new Fallout 4 leak has shown off the menu system on the title screen of the game.

With less than two weeks to go until the Fallout 4 release date, we’re on the hunt for every bit of news we can find around the game.

And this time around it’s the RPG title’s purported menu screen that has emerged online, giving us the butterflies all over again.

Posted on Reddit and spotted by GamesRadar, the Fallout 4 menu looks very familiar. It’s similar to that found in Fallout 3, with a minimal green-screen interface over a suit of Power Armour in a dusty garage.

The options you get are “Continue”, “New”, “Settings” and “Crew”. The Crew option usually means “credits” as it did in Fallout 3, before you start freaking out about the social/multiplayer connotations of the word.

Related: Everything you need to know about Fallout 4

We’re hoping, like a lot of the Reddit commenters, that the Power Armour in the title screen will change according to the customisations you make in the main game.

However, from this snapshot, there’s no way of telling whether that’s going to be the case.

Of course, Bethesda isn’t going to be keen to give any context to any leaks ahead of launch.

The Fallout 4 release date is set for November 10 on Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

Fallout 4 menu

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