The success and popularity earned by Fallout 4 in the recent annals have not made Bethesda to take ad restful demeanor and they have started to work for the version 5 of the series. Though not officially announced but very close sources have revealed that Fallout 5 is in the pre-production stage as of now.
Ryan Alosio- the Fallout 4 actor who worked as the voice artist for Deacon in a conversation with a a fan page_fallout sneaked out some information about the possibility of new series being in the making at the backdrop in Bethesda. The actor allegedly remarked , “Internally there is movement gearing up for the pre-production of Fallout 5 ….(shhh), obviously I can’t get into any details at all right now but it will be a very interesting journey moving forward.” but very soon after the mistaken slip, the actor replaced the post with a reply sans any mention of Fallout 5, but the internet is very efficient at gathering photographic memory impressions. FragHero had already taken snapshots of the post, making it a proof enough for underway activities at Bethesda for the sequel production of Fallout 5.
It is to be noted that the news about making of Fallout 4 had also been slipped in a similar fashion. The Three Dogs Voice Actor Erikk Todd Dellums had talked about the probability of return of his character in the next series. The only difference between the two happenings is that Todd had received backing by Bethesda top bring out the tease.
No Official Backing on Fallout 5 slip
The recent rumour has not received any official backing till now, but if it does it would be breaking the tradition at Bethesda’s that has always worked alternately on its two series- The Elder Scrolls And The Fallout. And as SkyRim is fairly popular among the fans, it would certainly be an anguishing news for them with Elder Scrolls being somewhat overlooked.
Sources are also chewing on the news that it may not be actual Fallout 5 that may be coming up but another game at Fallout that has been franchised to Obsidian at New Vegas and was actually scheduled to be release now between Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. Speculations are also being made on the long legal battle with Interplay and Bethesda with the latter grasping the rights on the fallout; this development might be an event striking an final end of controversy.