Shouldn't the page mention the whole survivor 2299 website thing?
- Straight from the current article:
- On November 14, 2013, a European trademark for Fallout 4 was filed with the Trademarks and Designs Registration Office of the European Union (OHIM) under the name of Bethesda Softworks. This trademark has since been withdrawn and nullified as of the 27th of November. Whether it truly was Bethesda Softworks who filed it is unknown.
Survivor - DO NOT DISCUSS HEREEdit
Due to our editorial policy We will not be addressing the survivor on the article page UNLESS it becomes confirmed. If you would like to discuss this item further, please refer to our regular news blogs; if you would like to propose a change in our editorial policy, please do so on the forums. Do not address the topic here either. Agent c (talk) 15:17, December 6, 2013 (UTC)
Rumours and page lockEdit
The page has been locked to prevent the surely imminent onslaught of baseless speculation and possibly false information. All information on this page must be substantiated properly or will face speedy deletion. If you want to edit this page to make other changes, please leave a request for edit on this talk page or contact an administrator. The current lock expires on 18 December. --Skire (talk) 23:52, December 11, 2013 (UTC)
Bethesda set for 'Action-adventure RPG' announcement at GamescomEdit
From PlayStation Universe: Bethesda set for 'Action-adventure RPG' announcement at Gamescom - Fallout 4 reveal imminent? --Jaydee711 (talk) 10:38, July 6, 2014 (UTC)
Nope, Pete Hines confirmed only ESO and Evil Within are being shown at Gamescom.(Link title is misleading) http://www.loadthegame.com/2014/07/11/fallout-4-will-present-gamescon-2014-says-bethesdas-vp/--J20s are cool (talk) 05:26, July 23, 2014 (UTC)
Release date edit needed. Edit
"In August 2010, Todd Howard revealed in an interview with Eurogamer that Bethesda was working on two projects; one had been in development for two years (beginning after Fallout 3 was released), and the other was still in pre-production. It is now known that the title farther along in development was The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. There is still no confirmation on what the second game is." The second game was Dishonoured. Bethesda makes more than Fallout and Elder Scrolls.