'Fallout 4' Rumors: E3 Reveal After All? Amazon Listing Points To Possibility

By Luke Caulfield , Updated May 28, 2014 02:53 PM EDT
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With E3 2014 a little less than two weeks away, there's going to be more and more rumors about game announcements, even if developers and publishers are denying them left and right. There was a lot of attention over a new Fallout game recently, and while the "evidence" behind it was later confirmed to be a fake, a recent listing for a product from Bethesda has got the wheel turning once again.

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There was a listing for a new product from the developer over at Amazon UK, titled "Bethesda E3 2014 Dummy ASIN PS4 2." The listing disappeared as quick as it went up, but not before several outlets were able to get a screenshot of it, seen above.

Over the last few months, there have been plenty of rumors flying around over the a new Fallout game, including its plot, name, settings, and more. Still, Bethesda has never bothered to confirm any of the rumors, or even if there's a Fallout game currently in development.

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Technically, this product listing could be for any number of Bethesda properties: The Evil Within, The Elder Scrolls, Doom, etc. Fallout just seems to be the go to theory as it's not only an immensely popular series, but it's also one that is the most mysterious, as the developer refuses to make any comment on its status.

With Wolfenstein: The New Order's recent release, The Elder Scrolls Online still fresh, The Evil Within in the pipeline, and the recent announcement of BattleCry, there's more than enough that Bethesda has to deal with, making a Fallout announcement at this year's E3, let alone any game for that matter, a far flung fantasy, no matter how much the fans want one.

VP of Bethesda's PR, Pete Hines, has said time and time again that a new Fallout game won't be revealed anytime soon.

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