Fallout 4 Release Date at Tokyo Game Show or Gamescom?

At the E3 2014 event, many Fallout fans were disappointed because Bethesda did not bring the ultimate Fallout 4. However, Bethesda already told their fans that the game won’t be presented at the event, but they hoped until the last second that the company will reconsider this decision and will surprise everybody.

Now, many rumors say that Bethesda will bring Fallout 4 to Gamescom 2014 which is held in Cologne, next month, between 13 and 17. We already found out that Bethesda is being one of the companies that will attend the event, so many of us are hoping that they will finally come with a sequel for Fallout.

Another event that the Fallout series fans should mark on the calendar is the Tokyo Game Show, which will take place in Makuhari Messe Convention Centre, Chiba Prefecture, Japan, on 18-21 September. Keep in mind that even if this event lasts 4 days, only the last two days will be open to the public. There will be around 1.600 booths and it’s expected to have over 220.000 participants.

The last game released from the Fallout series was Fallout 3: New Vegas, which received some positive reviews from the players and critic and which was considered to be one of the best sandbox video gaming experiences back in 2008.

However, Bethesda has been a little bit busy this year, releasing The Elder Scrolls Online for Windows and MAC and Wolfenstein: The New Order for Xbox One, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4 and Windows.

Aside from Fallout 4, the developers are currently working on some future games such as Doom 4, Prey 2, The Evil Within and Battlecry.

Do you think that Fallout 4 will be presented at any of these two events that we mentioned above? Can we hope until the last moment, again?


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