Fallout 4 rumours have been surfacing for several years now and the latest one to surface relates to a trailer for Fallout 4. Bethesda have appeared to have hired Guillermo del Toro’s production studio, Mirada Studios, to create a cinematic trailer for Fallout 4 which could be shown at this year’s E3, according to the Linkedln profile of a 3D artist working for Mirada studios.
The 3D artist in question has previously worked on the trailer for Far Cry 4 as well as Forza Motorsport and The Elder Scrolls games. The project for the Fallout 4 trailer is stated as beginning in December 2014 and concluding in March 2015 therefore taking 4 months to complete.
While Fallout 4 has not been announced by Bethseda, or even formally acknowledged for that matter, it is widely expected to be showcased and revealed at E3 next month.
Destructoid however have received an email from Mirada Studios demanding that the article they featured on this rumour be pulled, as it has inaccuracies and breaks a NDA agreement.
“We received an email from Mirada Studios demanding we pull this story. A representative cited inaccuracies, but also confirmed the story was breaking a non-disclosure agreement. As nobody at Destructoid signed an NDA, we’re assuming that confirms somebody else broke NDA. I wonder who might be in trouble.”
This could be a tactic by the studio to prevent any further leaks occurring and to make the rumour look doubtful. We will find out soon enough whether or not Fallout 4 is indeed going to be announced soon.
Via: VideoGamer.com & Destructoid