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‘Fallout 4’ Teased By ‘Fallout 3’ Voice Actor

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Are we getting closer to Fallout 4? Is Bethesda preparing to head back to the wasteland for another adventure? An official leak by one of the voice actors suggests this might be the case.

A tweet by one of the voice actors from the open world role-playing game Fallout 3 has caused a flurry of speculation across the internet. According to Forbes, Erik Todd Dellums was authorized to let the news slip that his character might be returning to the wasteland once again.

Dellums said on Twitter:

“To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed! How was that for a tease! I was given permission to release that tease, so fingers crossed.”

For those who have spent too much time away from the Fallout 3, Erik Todd Dellums portrayed DJ Three Dog in Bethesda’s acclaimed adventure. The character’s radio station provided an excellent soundtrack and created a unique atmosphere within the game.

Unfortunately for those who are hoping to get their hands on Fallout 4 in the near future, you might have a while to wait before the title hits retail shelves. Cinema Blend explains that the next installment in the popular franchise might not show up until after the new consoles have been released.

A posting by Bethesda early last year suggested that the company was starting work on a title for the next generation. Whether or not this game is Fallout 4 is truly anybody’s guess.

Bethesda said in the listing:

“Bethesda Game Studios is looking for experienced programmers to work on cutting-edge technology for an unannounced game on future-generation consoles.”

Last August, a Reddit user who claimed he “may or may not” be an MIT employee posted that location scouting was underway in Boston. The anonymous individual wrote:

“In case you haven’t heard, Bethesda has recently been scoping out and researching Boston. They also have a strong connection to MIT.”

Are you looking forward to Fallout 4?

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