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Fallout 4 Gets another Exclusive Gameplay Demo at QuakeCon 2015

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Bethesda has made every head turn with their E3 2015 presentation which confirmed two of the biggest game franchises in history.

While Fallout 4 is a relatively new game compared to Doom 4, both of them have a cult following with millions of fans around the globe. Doom, obviously, is the forefather of modern day gaming and the title that paved the way for the first person shooters on every platform. Without that game made by John Carmack and a dedicated team of programmers, you may never have titles like Gears of War, Halo or Battlefield that offers endless hours of fun every day. Bethesda wants everyone to know that the fun isn’t over it, because they are gearing up to show more of these games at the upcoming QuakeCon.

QuakeCon is Grand like Never Before

The popular event QuakeCon 2015 is going to be bigger, better and interesting like never before, confirmed the team. The main reason is that they have a couple of new games to showcase after a long gap including Fallout 4 and Doom 4. While we refer to it with a number, it is simply known as Doom and we may have a confirmed title only when the release date comes near.

However, Fallout is confirmed and coming before the end of the year on PS4, Xbox One and PC. There haven’t been much gameplay videos, but at Quakecon, the media panel will get to see exclusive footage from the title shown indoors. They might probably release it on YouTube later on or maybe not because the game is still under development.

More Game Reveals

Apart from the exclusive Fallout 4 preview followed by an interview with game director, Todd Howard, Doom will have its own exclusive panel as well. Critics and game developers will have the opportunity to question the id team which will be present together to answer them all. The Elder Scrolls Online is also set to make an appearance, where Tamriel Unlimited will be briefed. ZeniMax online studios will be present at Quake Con 2015 to discuss about their further progress.

You don’t have to visit the venue, because the question panels can be watched live on the official Twitch channel hosted by Bethesda. The YouTube Gaming site might probably be covering this as well which gives you multiple choices to view those events, the way you want to. Quakecon commences on July 23 and will run for three consecutive days.