Get Over Fallout 4 Already; Fallout 5 Is Coming
Fallout 4 is one of the in-demand games across multiple platforms. When people are still very much into the current video game, the rumors of the next version, Fallout 5 are already doing rounds. The news is not coming from any outsider or unknown sources, the source is very much an insider and reliable.Advertisement
Ryan Alosio, the voice actor of Fallout 4 accidentally gave out the news of pre-production work going on for the sequel of Fallout 4, Fallout 5. He took to Instagram to share the news of Fallout 5, but almost immediately took the post down. In his post, he wrote, “Internally there is movement gearing up for the pre-production of Fallout 5 ….(shhh), obviously I can’t get into any details at all right now but it will be a very interesting journey moving forward.”Of course, the news is not official and currently can be taken with a pinch of salt but we cannot let go off the fact that Ryan Alosio is very close to the team and can be considered an insider.
Or shall we say that the Fallout team has been successful in doing what they wanted to? Gave us a hint about the next game in the series, Fallout 5? People will now not just speculate but will also eagerly await for any news related to the upcoming game. A member so close to the team definitely knows what to post on social media and what not to post. So this news, instead of being taken as a rumor, let’s look at it as a leaked story. Only the time will tell.
And if we look at what MoviePilot has to say, our claim of Fallout 5 pre-production news leaked by the team itself cannot completely be wrong. “This would not be the first time Bethesda has had Fallout details leaked by voice actors. Erik Dellums — that’s Three Dog in Fallout 3 — publicly revealed the news that related to Fallout 4’s existence when he took to Twitter to discuss the possibility of his character’s return,” reported the site. What can be a rumor is the name of the game. Bethesda might come up with a similar project instead of Fallout 5 or may even give the game a new name instead of just adding 5 to the previous game.
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