Casting documents obtained by Kotaku suggest that Fallout 4 is in production and will be set in Boston.
The documents include scripts, character descriptions, and other details about a game that appears to be the next Fallout.
There are several references to Fallout's settings and locations, and the casting director named within worked on other Bethesda games like Dishonored and Skyrim.
Bethesda has declined to comment.
In 2012, rumors circulated that Bethesda employees were scouting the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston for an upcoming Fallout game, and in January of this year the voice actor who played Three Dog in Fallout 3 hinted that Fallout 4 might be on the way.
The PC and Mac edition of The Elder Scrolls Online will be released on April 4, 2014, Bethesda has announced. The Xbox One and PlayStation 4 editions will follow in June.
The Elder Scrolls Online will require a subscription of US$14.99 to play.
“Game development is coming along very well,” said game director Matt Firor in a blog post. “We completed major systems development, and are focusing on making this the Elder Scrolls game you expect.”
A law firm in the United States is attempting to build a case against Electronic Arts regarding the development and sales of Battlefield 4.
Holzer Holzer & Fistel is investigating whether EA complied with the federal securities laws when making statements about the game between July 24 and December 4.
“Specifically, the investigation focuses on statements issued during that time regarding the development and sales of the Company’s Battlefield 4 video game and the game’s impact on EA’s revenue and projects moving forward,” reads a press release.
Valve’s Steam OS will be available to the general public from December 14, Valve has announced.
However, the company cautioned that it is still in development, and that its potentially tricky installation process is perhaps is not suitable for those without Linux experience.
"Unless you're an intrepid Linux hacker already, we're going to recommend that you wait until later in 2014 to try it out," it said.
A glitch in Gran Turismo 6 is allowing players to acquire 20 million in in-game currency by selling the same car over and over.
The game’s latest patch (1.0.1) gifted everyone a Mercedes-Benz AMG Vision, and enterprising players soon realised the car could be sold, the patch uninstalled and reinstalled, and the process repeated.
Selling the car nets the player 20 million credits each time – the maximum amount of cash allowed.
The graphical fidelity of The Order: 1886 goes beyond that of its trailer, says Ready At Dawn.
Responding to a fan question, Ready at Dawn founder Andrea Pessino tweeted, “Of course I am biased but yeah... graphic fidelity definitely exceeds the trailer. You'll see.”
The studio previously said that the characters, weapons, and effects in the trailer below were in fact in-game models.
One of the most influential titles in videogame history turns 20 today.
At its 1993 launch, Id Software first-person shooter Doom was groundbreaking in ways too numerous to list.
Although not the originator of the genre, it spawned dozens of clones, and contributed greatly to rising popularity of multiplayer gaming.
Double Fine Productions today announced that Hack ‘n’ Slash, a hacking-themed puzzle action game for Windows, Mac, and Linux, will release in the first half of 2014.
A version of the game debuted during Double Fine’s Amnesia Fortnight 2012 internal game jam. It was selected by the gaming public to be turned into a two-week prototype, after garnering more votes than any other Amnesia Fortnight pitch.
In Hack ‘n’ Slash, a young elf uses her computer hacking skills to cheat her way through a classic action adventure game.
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