The Fallout 4 website confirms suspicions brought about by a Fallout style countdown clock.
Watch the trailer here:
The Fallout 4 website went live an hour before the end of the mysterious countdown clock, as reported by PCGamer.com.
The countdown clock, seen at fallout.bethsoft.com, has the unmistakable 1950s style found throughout the post-nuclear-apocalypse Fallout series.
fallout4.com allegedly went live, showing a Brotherhood of Steel trooper and a dog, standing inside an old garage.
The site currently has an error message.
According to Phil Savage over at PCGamer.com, the game is only listed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, suggesting a break with last gen consoles and hopefully signalling a commitment to a next gen experience.
A youtube video, currently set to private, was also found on the site.
Edit: Video can now be seen below
The Fallout series, starting back in 1997, focuses on role-playing in an open world post-apocalyptic setting. Originally published by Interplay, the series jumped to new heights in 2008 with the release of the Bethesda studios produced Fallout 3. Bringing the action fully into a 3D world and on to consoles, the title won numerous Game of the Year awards.
The long-awaited Fallout 4 announcement comes five years after the last release, Fallout: New Vegas.