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Fallout 3: not at E3 this year
 
Fallout 3: not at E3 this year [ Game -> Interview ]
Posted by Mr. Teatime Tue 21 Feb 2006, 8:30 PM
More info on Game: Fallout 3 | More info on Person: Pete Hines

Pete Hines has done a massive audio interview over at grooving hipsters' site Gaming Steve. The part of interest to us is near the end of the interview, at 71:30, where Pete says they won't be showcasing Fallout 3 at E3 this year.

He also mentions that they plan to make another Elder Scrolls game within this current console cycle. So that means... well, within 2 or 3 years. And one can assume they'll have Fallout 3 done before they start working on the next Elder Scrolls games seriously, just as they're doing with Fallout 3 waiting for Oblivion to finish development. This implies to me that Fallout 3 will be out in 2007.

Anyway, if you want to read a handy summary of the interview instead of listening for 2 hours, you can read the comments thread over at Evil Avatar.

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