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It looks like a Fallout 4 cinematic trailer exists

E3 is coming up and Bethesda is hosting its own press conference for the first time. That alone was enough to get people excited for the possibility of Fallout 4 but it seems that it might actually happen as someone out there has broken NDA by confirming the existence of a cinematic trailer for the game.

Miranda Studios, a production studio set up by Guillermo Del Toro, seems to be involved in making the Fallout 4 cinematic trailer. Destructoid was the first to break the story, having found a Linkin profile of a 3D contract artist who worked on the project between December 2014 and March 2015.


These Linkedin leaks pop up quite often and don’t always pan out. However, the plot has thickened as Destructoid received an email from Miranda Studios demanding that the outlet pull the story. A representative from the company cited ‘inaccuracies’ in the original post and confirmed that an NDA was being broken.

Destructoid has not signed a non-disclosure agreement with Bethesda for Fallout 4 and as a result, is under no legal obligation to bide by it. However, the email does confirm that there was an NDA in place with the studio and someone there has definitely broke it.

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KitGuru Says: Bethesda likely won’t comment on this latest information leak but it looks like we can all get a little more excited about E3. Are any of you hoping for a Fallout 4 announcement? 

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