Bethesda Says to "Please Stand By" for a Fallout-Related Announcement

Alfred Osborne
May 30, 2018

Instead, considering Bethesda's love for remastering its older titles on new hardware, a Fallout remaster for current-gen consoles is a good bet for what this tease may turn out to be.

"All the tweet shows is the "Please Stand By" TV image seen in a number of different Fallout games, along with text that only reads "#PleaseStandBy". After all, they pulled this trick off in 2015 with the reveal of Fallout 4. We might even hear that they are creating a spinoff game from the popular franchise or maybe a new release on the VR platform. And while we believed that this was going to be Bethesda's big announcement at E3, there might be something else up their sleeves.

Bethesda is teasing something Fallout related today.

Attention Fallout fans: It's time to get your conspiracy hats on.

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That doesn't mean that a Fallout: New Vegas remaster is out of the question, but with Obsidian not being associated with the project it certainly shouldn't make players hoping for one too excited.

Everything is now up in the air and we will keep you posted on the latest information.

A similar teaser has been posted on Bethesda's official Twitter but without further explanation.

At the moment there's no way of knowing but, especially given the live Twitch stream, there seems a good chance we'll find out before Bethesda's pre-E3 showcase on June 10. What do you think the tease is for?

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