By Joseph Leray
Speaking with Rock, Paper, Shotgun during D.I.C.E. last week, Obsidian CEO and shoo-in for best name in videogames Feargus Urquhart mentioned that his company would “love to do Fallout: New Vegas 2.”
“It would be awesome,” he notes.
By Joseph Leray
CSC Corporate Domains, Inc. is a company that registers and safeguards website domains for clients, keeping URL squatters off of them and allowing the clients to keep their marketing plans a secret. One of those clients is, apparently, ZeniMax Media, the owners of Bethesda Softworks and id Software.
The games industry super sleuth known as Superannuation recently dug up a CSC-owned domain registration for wolfenstein-spiel.com, which suggests that a new “Wolfenstein” game is in the works. “Spiel” is German for “game.”
Elves! Guys with knives! That one big guy!
Here's Bethesda's five-minute pitch to get you excited for their upcoming MMO.
We might be getting ready to emerge from the vaults again if a recent Bethesda-approved Tweet from voice actor Todd Dellums is any indication. Dellums, who played the D.C.-based DJ Three Dog in "Fallout 3" teased via Twitter:
To all my #Fallout3 and #ThreeDog fans: There may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed!
That sounds like a pretty clear indication that Bethesda will be dropping us back into the land of mutants, slavers, and dialog choice lists sometime in the future.
Hey, it's the holidays so it must be time for Valve to drop the prices on a bunch to new and older titles and bundles to tease those last few bucks out of your virtual wallet.