‘Doomed for Failure’ game, Fallout 4 is next for Bethesda title Fallout 4 may not see a release date
Bethesda’s Fallout 4, which is set to launch for PC, PS4 and Xbox One in September, may not hit a release window in the next two to three years.
According to The Sports Bible, Fallout’s launch window may come later than expected, as the developer was planning on releasing it at a time when Microsoft was planning to announce its Xbox One X console.
The publication cites a source close to Bethesda who claims that the game is being developed for “a new generation” of consoles, with Fallout 4’s next-gen console to be revealed “shortly”.
However, it seems the developer is still working on a launch date for the game.
According, the publication, Bethesda is now “trying to figure out what it wants to announce” with Fallout4’s next iteration, but it is not clear when this might happen.
“They’ve been working on the Fallout 4 engine for a few years now, and we were told they’re developing for next-generation consoles,” a Bethesda source told The Sports Book.
“It’s very early in the development process, so we don’t have a launch window in mind yet.
But they’re trying to figure it out and they’re working on some new ideas, so I’d expect they’d have something announced in the coming months.”
Fallout 4 is expected to launch alongside its predecessor, Fallout 3, on the Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Xbox 360 consoles.