The long-expected Fallout 4 might have a delayed release date because of the game developer, Bethesda, who has dropped the production.
It was reported that Bethesda gave the fourth game of Fallout series to be further developed by a game company named Battle Studios. This was related after the Fallout’s director, Howard Todd, mentioned that Bethesda couldn’t fix a timeline for the new game’s release.
According to IB Times, the company decided to launch the game in E3 2015 since it already passed up the launching date for E3 2014.
In addition, there are speculations that are saying that the new Fallout 4 will include multiplayer mode. John Sawyer, e project director and leading designer of Fallout: New Vegas has stated that he arrange for the Fallout 4 to have an MMO component.
In other speculations, it has been said that the upcoming game will have a storyline in synchronization with the previous games in the Fallout 4 series.
The companies that developed the first two Fallout games were Interplay Entertainment and Black Isle Studios. Interplay Entertainment had decided to pass the next game “Fallout 3: New Vegas” to Bethesda in 2014. After that Bethesda has bought the entire series.
Rumor has it that a code in the project, namely Institute, is likely to be an allusion to the Fallout 4 title. According to The Fuse Jopline, in this new project is mentioned a common phrase for the game series: “war, war never changes”.
Furthermore, if the Fallout 4 takes the project name, Institute, then it would validate that the new title would be determined in Boston.
At the moment, the game company has yet to declare any official statement on the game.