Fallout 4 PS4 And Xbox One Release Date In 2014 or October 2015? Bethesda’s Post-Apocalyptic RPG In Full Production Now
By Staff Writer | July 23, 2013 04:31 AM EDT
Fallout 4 PS4 and Xbox One release date has not yet been announced by the game developer, Bethesda, but there are rumors claiming the launch schedules of the post-apocalyptic game.
Though Fallout 4 was a no-show during the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 2013), reports were claiming that the post-apocalyptic title had a private showing to several journalists at the event.
According to a Softpedia post last month, citing earlier reports, Fallout 4 PS4 and Xbox One release date will be in 2015, and versions for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 will also be made available.
The same article also said, with reference to a post from BubbleNews, that Fallout 4 is already 55% done. However, Bethesda does not expect to release Fallout 4 PS4 and Xbox One versions in the last quarter of 2015.
But a recent report from the Examiner shared that Fallout 4 PS4 and Xbox One versions are already in full production right now.
Even if the cross-generation post-apocalyptic game is coming to almost all the gaming platforms, unfortunately, it will not arrive in Nintendo's new console because of hardware limitations. However, Pete Hines does not rule out the possibility that their future works will align with the hardware capacity of Nintendo Wii U.
However, a recent report was claiming that Fallout 4 PS4 and Xbox One may come as early as 2014. This is based on a tweet made by a possible returning voice actor, suggesting that Fallout 4 PS4 and Xbox One release date is going to be at some point in 2014 because the game production could already be finished in 11 months. Also, Gawd Almighty noted that the upcoming sequel could be launched next year, if Bethesda Game Studio will stick to its usual development cycle.
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