We might be getting ready to emerge from the vaults again if a recent Bethesda-approved Tweet from voice actor Todd Dellums is any indication. Dellums, who played the D.C.-based DJ Three Dog in "Fallout 3" teased via Twitter:
To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed!
That sounds like a pretty clear indication that Bethesda will be dropping us back into the land of mutants, slavers, and dialog choice lists sometime in the future.
Dave Thier's Forbes piece points out that it's been four years since the release of "Fallout 3" and Bethesda doesn't have any open world games on the way in 2013. While I suspect we probably won't be getting a new game this year, we'll probably be hearing about the next installment of the series in a big way around E3.
The setting is pretty much up for grabs at this point, with "New Vagas" taking players out West after "Fallout 3's" sting in the Capitol Wastelands. If the "Metro" series didn't have the region on lock, I'd love to see a Russia-set "Fallout" and where Bethesda might be able to go with a bunch of hearty post-Soviets duking it out for survival.
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