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E3.

E3 never changes.

Actually it does, because this year marks the first year ever that Bethesda will be having its own conference at E3, and this year is all about everything Fallout 4! Tune in for new features, gameplay highlights, and all the latest news coming out of Bethesda regarding the most highly-anticipated game release of the year.

Speaking of releases, Bethesda should also be announcing the game's actual release date. Fingers crossed for 2015.


Magnificent. Superlative. Droolworthy.

These are just a few adjectives that described Bethesda's pre-E3 reveal trailer for Fallout 4. The trailer sent the hype train into orbit, and was jam-packed with little hints and easter eggs that needed a trained eye to catch, and it left us with a bevy of questions before the big show kicks off.

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Bethesda's put up a countdown timer for Fallout 4.  The timer will run out before this time tomorrow, so keep an eye out for the official announcement.  

Back in December, supposed casting documents for the game leaked, which placed the setting in Boston, with references to MIT and The Commonwealth.  I don't know about you, but I would love a Fallout with Boston accents!  Wherever Fallout 4 is set, you can count on one thing: war never changes.

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In an extremely brief trailer, Bethesda and Id gave the sneakiest of peeks at their new Doom game, which will receive a full gameplay reveal during the company's E3 press conference June 14.

During these 11 seconds, Bethesda shows a classic revenant enemy and a shotgun.

Try to spot the difference 22 years of graphical improvement can make:



This is pretty stingy of Bethesda. We were already excited about the press conference (and our assumption that Fallout 4 will finally be announced), Bethesda didn't have to tease us even more.

That's all you get today, peasants.

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