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Well, some leaked information has come up confirming that Fallout 4 is in the works. This has not been publicly acknowledged by Bethesda though.
The confirmation comes from this guys LinkedIn page:
Here he cites that he has worked on Fallout 4's cinematic trailer.
Fallout 4 is finally happening, judging by the imbroglio surrounding an alleged cinematic trailer. You may have seen reports about an artist's LinkedIn profile, which mentioned his work on the trailer. But it's easy to post something about an undisclosed project on LinkedIn - it's less easy to get a promotional firm to angrily confirm that it signed an NDA about it.
That's apparently what happened, as Destructoid reports that Mirada Studios, the promotional studio which the artist linked to the Fallout 4 trailer, has cited a breach of a non-disclosure agreement and demanded the site remove its coverage of the artist's profile. Destructoid says it never signed an NDA about this stuff, but since an NDA apparently exists, so does Mirada's work with Bethesda.
And yes, confirming a project's existence to outside parties is pretty much the exact opposite of what an NDA is supposed to do. Whoops!
The artist's LinkedIn profile noted that he worked on the Fallout 4 cinematic trailer from December 2014 to March 2015. Though that doesn't mean work on the trailer itself was finished by then, that would line up nicely with Bethesda's planned E3 press conference in June, leaving plenty of time for everyone involved to sign off on it.
That's just speculation, of course - Bethesda could choose not to headline its first-ever E3 showcase with one of its most beloved video game franchises. It could also reboot Doom as a city-building mobile game, which, at this point, seems about as likely as not seeing the next Fallout at E3 2015.
Source: Fallout 4 was just unintentionally confirmed by a production company | GamesRadar