Want to stay home and play Fallout 4? Dr Pete Hines has written you a sick note
Published 09/11/2015 | 11:37
Dr Pete Hines has written a cover-all-bases sick note that may help you get out of school, college, or work so you can spend more time playing Fallout 4.
Fallout fans have been looking forward to the release of Fallout 4 for years, so it’s understandable that many will want to use every waking hour to explore the post-apocalyptic world. Unfortunately, things like school, college, work and so on take precious time out of our days.
But Dr Pete Hines has you covered with a sick note, explaining to the powers that be that you need to stay home and rest your pancreas. How could there be any doubts about its legitimacy? Look at that scrawl of a signature and all those letters after his name!
I figure some of you might need a note from your doctor for your upcoming "sick day(s)" this week. So here you go. pic.twitter.com/iF9btGJl3h— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) November 8, 2015
Pete Hines is actually the vice president of PR and marketing at Bethesda, so if you are banking on this sick note working (and we wouldn’t recommend that), you better hope that no one digs into his credentials.
Still, the release of one of this year’s most anticipated games seems like a good enough reason not to leave the house for a day at the very least. If you start feeling a bit guilty, just make your character look a little bit under the weather in the extensive character creation mode.
Fallout 4 will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 10th.