We haven’t heard any confirmation or denying of the Fallout 4 game reaching the market, but we hear that it has been mentioned in a new Bethesda interview with Todd Howard. Howard was very discreet about the whole thing, trying to make the fans happy but not disclosing any major information.
Here’s what he said: “We get asked a lot, I sort of tell people we’re figuring things out. We’re taking our time, we’re extremely excited about it and the reason we’re kind of holding back right now is because we want to wait until it’s really there to show it to everybody. We don’t want to kind of dribble it out, we’d rather say, you know, ‘surprise, boom, here it is.’ And make sure that moment of learning about something and seeing for the first time is really… I enjoy those moments for other games so we’d rather hold back and wait and just surprise everybody.”
In the interview, there have been questions about the rumors and speculations that float around the fourth game in this franchise.
Todd Howard answered: “You know, we’re used to that stuff over the years. Our fans are awesome. When they’re not making mods they’re making fake announcements. So I think everybody gets it and they know and they’re willing to give us the time and hopefully they’ll love what we’re working on”.
One surely true leak about the game was made back in December via Kotaku. This website showed a casting for the voice actors in this game.
A peek into the article is this following paragraph: “Other documents describe a mission set in the Institute—Fallout’s post-apocalyptic version of MIT—and references to other Fallout locations that have been mentioned but never shown in other games, like the Commonwealth, which comprises what’s left of Massachusetts.”