Bethesda knows how to get itself making headlines, and with E3 set to kick off later this week, of course we're all talking about Fallout 76. Is it another single-player Fallout? Is it an MMO in the same vein as The Elder Scrolls Online? Whatever it's going to be we should hear more about it on Sunday during the Bethesda keynote.
And that hype train continues to pick up speed as a recent Amazon listing - which was hastily updated, obviously - suggests the game is set to arrive a lot sooner than you think - the 31st July to be exact. There's a chance this could be a placeholder, but with Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus due on Switch at the end of this month, a July release window would be a great way to takeover the summer.
Fingers crossed we'll learn more about Fallout 76 - and whether it'll be joining Bethesda's increased investment in Switch - during Bethesda's keynote at 02:30 BST on Monday 11th June.
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