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Chances of Fallout 4 Being Delayed are Almost None
Bethesda’s E3 conference was one of the most anticipated because we all knew that if they were going to be there in this fashion then they had something big to announce.
With Fallout fans almost begging for it to be Fallout 4, the company gave an early teaser to let us know that yes, Fallout 4 was real and would be revealed at E3. Then when the November 10th release date was revealed at the actual event there were a lot of happy fans out there.
The good news is that Bethesda are pretty adamant that this release date will be met with no delays because development on the game is pretty much done. This was achieved by keeping the fact that work had begun on in a secret. This means that if any delays have come up during this time, none of us would have actually known anything about it.
When we are used to games constantly being delayed the prospect of Fallout 4 actually arriving on time is kind of a surprise.
When you think about the way secrets are so hard to keep these days you have to be impressed that Bethesda did actually manage to keep this under wraps without any leaks. If they do manage to actually release Fallout 4 on the promised release date and bug free then this will be even more impressive.
With this being one of the most anticipated games of this current generation, I’m sure fans won’t be too disappointed with a little delay if in fact it did come. It is fair to say that we want a game that works, rather than one that has a bug that ruins the whole experience of escaping the vault.
Fallout 4 will be coming to Xbox One, Playstation 4, and PC on November 15.
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