“Fallout 4” developer, Bethesda, released the 7th and final SPECIAL video focusing on Luck. As a recap, here are the other six videos discussing Strength, Perception, Endurance, Charisma, Intelligence and Agility.
Bethesda is offering great deals on “Fallout 4” controller for Xbox One and other exclusive merchandise — Great War 2015 shirts, hoodies, Vault-Tec watches, art book and Pip-Boy messenger bag — this week.
“Fallout 4” Loot Crate has been restocked and available for pre-order. Priced at $100, the crate will come with exclusive and rare collectibles valued at $150. This is the second and probably the final batch, and is expected to hit the purchaser’s doorsteps in December.
Bethesda unveiled the minimum and recommended system requirements for “Fallout 4,” which includes the operating system, processor, graphics card and RAM. At the same time, the developer also revealed some information about the Pip-Boy App.
“Fallout 4” got the second spot for most highly anticipated multiplatform game to come out this Holiday, as per Nielsen. Despite falling short from “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3,” Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing still expressed how proud he was for what the game has achieved in the development process.
“Fallout 4” will be released on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, and Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing confirmed that they will not be doing any DLC exclusives. Meanwhile, the space requirement for the game on Xbox was revealed, and it’s reportedly smaller than gamers are expecting.
“Fallout 4” dialogue recording has been completed after so many years. Bethesda reported that there are over 111,000 lines, which is more than “Fallout 3” and “Skyrim’s” combined. The game has two protagonists, which reportedly recorded more than 13,000 lines each.
“Fallout 4” is only a couple of weeks away from its release, and Bethesda has been hyping the fans with news, revealing new features and updates that the game will receive. Plus, exclusive items that can be purchased through GAME.
“Fallout 4,” which is slated to be released in November, is currently running a contest. Fans still have until 6 p.m. PST tomorrow, Aug. 31, to join. What’s up for grabs are custom-made “Fallout 4” Pipbox and seven collectible controllers with consoles featuring the upcoming Xbox One games.
Bethesda Softworks VP announced, during this year’s Gamescom event in Germany, that they will be focusing on the launch of “Fallout 4,” thereby delaying the release of highly anticipated “The Elder Scrolls 6.” The company also did not provide any details if the release of “Skyrim’s” sequel will happen in 2016.