Fallout 4 location assumption
Assumptions have been made recently about the location of Fallout 4, and although Bethesda has declined to comment on the speculation that it could be set in Boston, there are reports that the sequel will revolve around this area of America. Apparently, Bethesda has recently been scoping out this part of the world, and they are also suspected to have a strong connection to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
It seems that a poster of what could be an employee of the MIT has been posted anonymously to protect his job. Claiming that Bethesda is currently researching Boston this employee stressed that he couldn’t go into any more detail in fear for the safety of his job. News of this is documented in an article on CVG, and they highlight the vagueness of this post, as the anonymous employee apologizes for the lack of information, but it’s not worth the risk of being sued and losing his job, as well as others.
Another Reddit user added to the speculation linking the game to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and states that he would not be surprised if these rumors are confirmed in the coming weeks. With this in mind, those who loved Fallout 3 and stumbled upon the ending without completing the side missions are hoping that this will not be the case in the new game, as this can lose gamers motivation. In other news, What Culture expects more in the way of creativity and depth, because they also felt that both Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas did not give much in the way of storylines.
Talking about the various locations that post apocalyptic scenes have taken place they feel that Tokyo would be an ideal setting, as this is the world’s largest city and the Japanese culture is one that could really bring something to the game. The Midwestern United States is another mentioned along with Texas, San Francisco, and the Philippines. In addition, they talk about a Megavault that could sustain thousands of people and a water world scenario would also be great fun, with the opportunity to dart around on jet skis and sail boats, as opposed to walking in circles in the wasteland.
Adding a survival-horror element to the game has also been suggested, along with the area of the Mediterranean being rebuilt with large cities going up in places like Italy, Greece and Egypt among others. This would be a great way to combine the future tech that Fallout is famous for, and the ancient cultures of those Mediterranean lands. Putting the fantasies behind us, our last article on Fallout 4 spoke about those waiting for Skyrim DLC 2 may be put aside while Bethesda works on Fallout 4 instead. Do you think Bethesda is currently busy working on Fallout 4? Maybe you feel that it is too soon to be concentrating on the next The Elder Scrolls.