Bethesda is teasing the next iteration of the Fallout series and from the looks of it; Fallout 4 will be a cross-platform game if the countdown website’s CSS is any form of an indication.
However, this could end up being wrong but there is apparently no cause for a person to include the last generation consoles while developing the countdown website.
Once you take a look at the CSS code, you will notice that all the five platforms have been mentioned: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4 and PC. However, this could end up being wrong but there is apparently no cause for a person to include the last generation consoles while developing the countdown website.
It is possible that this could turn out to be true since it matches with the E3 listing which states Bethesda is going to show off an RPG on cross-generation platforms. Right now, it is recommended that you take this information with a grain of salt, but it may still turn out to be true in the end.
Furthermore, it does seem that the next entry in this franchise will be titled Fallout 4. It was mentioned in the source code of the teaser site. At the same time, there hasn’t been an official announcement from Bethesda, so it’s best to consider their originality before blindly believing in all of them.
Meanwhile, Bethesda has given all of us a reason to take time out with the impending arrival of a Fallout game. The Fallout daddy has designed a countdown ticker for what most likely seems to be the next installment in the beloved, post-apocalyptic, role-playing game franchise.
Since the release of Fallout 3 in 2008, this will be the next update in the highly popular franchise. This iconic series gathered a major fan following and is considered to one of the all-time greats. With subsequent releases, gamers received expansion packs for the titles, graphics, and add-ons along with user generated maps for PC users.
Like any popular thing, the title wasn’t without a controversial issue. Australia refused to give it an age-rating certificate since the game’s involvement in violence and drug use irked some censors. The franchise was refreshed with the 2010 release of Fallout: New Vegas but that game was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and wasn’t a fully developed Bethesda release.
Traditionally, Fallout games have always been made for both PC and the consoles. The Fallout story features an alternate reality where a failed Chinese invasion of America has resulted in a thermonuclear war.