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Bethesda Teases An Upcoming Fallout Announcement


According to a report by Digital Trends, Bethesda, the maker of the post-apocalyptic Fallout franchise, teased fans with a tweet of the series' well-known testing screen with the words "Please Stand By." What exactly this means, nobody knows yet. However, with E3 right around the corner, fans can almost definitely expect to find out soon. Digital Trends speculates about the possibilities, and they likely don't include a true sequel in Fallout 5. Its reportedly more likely a current-gen update of Fallout 3, or a follow up to the Bethesda's popular Fallout Shelter mobile game.

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