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Friday, 06 December 2013 07:49

Fallout 4 trailer to be shown at VGX Awards?

Written by David Stellmack

Wishing does not making it so

Despite all of the talk that has been making the round as of late about Fallout 4 being in the pipeline, rumors an official announcement by way of a trailer at the Spike VGX Awards show this Saturday appear to be false.

While wish can’t make it so, Bethesda has stepped in to let everyone know that they are not showing anything at the Spike VGX Awards. The news has created quite a stir by those claiming that this was not the plan.

From what we are hearing now, Bethesda is planning to let the cat out of the bag at E3, if there was going to be cat. You know what we mean.

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