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Fallout Online starts the viral marketing

Jul 04 // Matthew Razak

With the legal troubles behind them it seems that Interplay is back in action and actually working on Fallout Online, or they're just sending out teasers  and launching that website with beta sign ups during E3 to get everyone's hopes up. Maybe being sued for not making the game was the kick in the ass that Interplay needed because members of the Fallout Online emailer got the below images in the their email the other day.

It's not very clear what they're about, but they definitely have to do with Fallout Online. The images were introduced with the text "There are many stories and many more tall tales about life in the wastelands, this is one of them..." The pictures and story clearly shows that they've got a world in mind and some odd Fallout style characters set-up, but the real question is when are we actually going to hear about something that is playable. Hell, a teaser trailer would be fine and dandy.

I'm not going to lie, they've got me hooked once again.

[Thanks, Drinkingpiano]

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