Bethesda may have won over a lot of naysayers when it slated its long-awaited Fallout 4 for a release later this year – as opposed to some nebulous and far-flung date – but November 10 still feels like an awful long time to wait before delving into the studio’s haunting rendition of post-apocalyptic Boston.
Thankfully, it looks as though the wait for the next barrage of gameplay information won’t be as long as first though, after Bethesda recently confirmed plans to host a Fallout 4 panel – one packing an all-new look at the open-world sequel – for QuakeCon later this month.
Due to take place between July 23 and July 26 in Dallas, Texas, long-time fans of the prestigious franchise may want to mark Friday, July 24 in their diaries. According to the official QuakeCon site, Bethesda will stage the presentation for the RPG at 1pm CT, and though some of the other panels throughout the course of the event will be streamed online, it appears that this Fallout 4-centric showcase will be limited to those attending. Game Director Todd Howard is set to take to the stage to talk gameplay mechanics, the decimated Massachusetts wasteland and, hopefully Dogmeat, your trusty canine companion.
Fallout 4 may be the biggest game in attendance, but it will also be rubbing shoulders with two other properties from Bethesda’s roster. The first is Zenimax’s The Elder Scrolls Online (July 24, 4:30 PM). Having recently made the transition from PC to consoles, we expect to learn more about the studio’s plans for expansions within the fantastical MMO. Following this on July 25 at 3PM is a presentation for Doom, the anticipated reboot that looks to offer a new coat of blood-red paint onto one of the genre greats.
Stay tuned to We Got This Covered over the course of QuakeCon – set to take place between July 23 and July 26 – when we’ll be bringing you all the latest details regarding Fallout 4, Doom and The Elder Scrolls Online.