Fallout 4 Releasing This Year?

Fallout 4 could possibly be releasing at the end of 2015, thanks to dates used by various online retail sites and advertisements sent out by Bethesda themselves to a select few individuals.

Few would’ve guessed that we’d be seeing Fallout 4 as early as this year, but it certainly looks like that could be the case, as a few online retail sites have begun using ‘2015’ as a projected release date for the game. The sites include Game.co.uk and interestingly enough Bethesda themselves, as if one should attempt to order a copy of the game from the publisher’s online store, a 2015 release date appears with the game.

The box art for Fallout 4 was revealed by Bethesda just yesterday.
The box art for Fallout 4 was revealed by Bethesda just yesterday.

This could purely be a placeholder date, something used by Bethesda as a goal for the company to try and meet. However if the game were to be releasing at the end of this year, it would create huge waves in the gaming market, as other publishers would potentially delay their games purely to move out of the way of the massive release of Fallout 4.

After listening to Colin Moriarty predict this for months now I’m undoubtedly sold on the fact that the game could potentially release at the end of this year. Bethesda have nothing to lose by holding off on releasing the game till next year, as the game would sell the same amount of copies if it were released next week or next year. If anything, they’d be wise to release Fallout 4 while the hype is still on their side, and not risk loosing that attention to other releases in the meantime.

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