It's been awfully quiet on the Fallout: New Vegas front for way too long. Last we heard, Obsidian Entertainment's not-a-sequel-to-Fallout 3 was on track for a release this year. If that's still the case, Bethesda will likely want to start up the marketing cycle soonish. How's today sound?
The company's Twitter account says to "keep your eyes peeled for new stuff," while Bethesda community manager Nick Breckon marks today as "a big day" for New Vegas. Yes, this is the obligatory non-news story of the day. Be sure to get your card stamped so you can get a free cookie on your 10th visit!
Ever since the last of the Fallout 3 add-ons hit, I've deeply missed regularly exploring the capital wasteland. My gaming schedule feels ... off. Here's to Fallout: New Vegas hopefully filling that void sooner than later.
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