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Is There a New Fallout Sequel on the Horizon?

Posted by Sammy Barker

We certainly hope so

Sometimes it can be tough to keep your mouth shut. Projects leak all of the time thanks to loose lips – it’s what keeps our job interesting. But you’ve got to give credit to Fallout 3 voice actor Erik Todd Dellums: at least he checked first. Posting on Twitter late last night, the voiceover artist – best known for his role as ‘ThreeDog’ – noted that there “may be more of the Dog coming”. He added: “I was given permission to release that tease."

Unsurprisingly, Dellums failed to share any more details, but he did retweet one fan’s comment: “I know you can't say but I can state the obvious, either ThreeDog is in the Fallout sequel or ThreeDog is in the Fallout movie.”

The last we heard about a Fallout sequel, developer Bethesda was scouting the Massachusetts area. Are you excited about the prospect of a new entry in the post-apocalyptic franchise? Let us know in the comments section below.


User Comments (9)



ShogunRok said:

Bring it on, but I would prefer for Bethesda to wait until next gen rolls around. Fallout 3 and New Vegas are ugly, ugly games, and they're in desperate need of a brand new engine (not a re-purposed one, Skyrim!).



Knux said:

What you guys said. I'm tired of playing games that force me to walk slow after an hour or less in a game like Fallout 3, Elder Scrolls IV, and Elder Scrolls V for no explainable reason whatsoever. If they can't fix the problem or at least tell me WHY that is even happening in the first place, then I'm not going to buy their games anymore, it's as simple as that.



NathanUC said:

New engine first please.... or just focus on a PC exclusive title since it still runs fairly well on PC (not to mention, if they implement some community mods)



charlesnarles said:

I love Fallout's and Oblivion's visuals. How are they ugly and broken? Consider their age... Bethesda is hands down my favorite studio, and I've spent hundreds of hours on each of the games you mentioned. PS3s crash when they overheat, so just baby your electronics like you always should. If you turn off auto save, then those games rule. Anyways, I've been anticipating fallout 4 for years! : )



Zombie_Barioth said:

@nathanuc1988 Not no mention fans can at least use console commands and patch things themselves when necessary, not ideal but better than being stuck waiting for Bethesda to fix them.

@charlesnarles Agreed, nothing record-breaking but still looks great (granted I care more about visual quality than resolution). Bethesda bugs seem kinda hit or miss and affect console player more from what I can tell anyway, with some people reporting very few (or minor) ones.



adamjramsey said:

Needs a new engine or it'll be a crippled, broken mess like Skyrim or the other Fallouts.

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