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Bethesda is seeking playtesters for unannounced game

Dec 03 // Alessandro Fillari
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Anyone in the Dallas-Fort Worth area can apply to test unknown title

There's been a lot of chatter lately about what the developers at Bethesda Softworks have got in the works. With the recent survivor2299 website popping up, and the trademarks for Fallout 4 being registered, many people are convinced that the publisher has got the next installment of the popular open-world action/RPG ready in the wings. And now, Bethesda has put out a call for playtesters for its next 'unannounced' title.

On the publisher's site, they set up an application page seeking anyone over the age of 18 and in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to sign up for playtests. While it's easy to look at Fallout as the likely candidate, remember that Bethesda owns id Software, the creators of Doom and Rage, which is also stationed in Dallas. It is possible that they've got their next title ready for extensive testing.

In any case, if you're interested in working as a playtester for this unannounced title, and you're in the area, then feel free to sign up. And remember, be sure to tell them to tighten up the graphics on level three.

Play Test Application [Bethesda]


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