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Talking on the Official Xbox Magazine podcast, Bethesda vice-president Peter Hines stated his company will be ‘making considerably more noise” in 2013.

“I think you’ll hear us making considerably more noise this year than we did last year, as a publisher,” Hines told OXM. “Obviously the Elder Scrolls Online is out and we’ve got the Dishonored DLC, but we will be announcing new stuff and making some noise, and I think when we get the chance to show you guys what we’re up to, that you’ll sit up and take notice.”

According to Hines, “people will get really excited” by whatever Bethesda plans to reveal.

Doom 4 was recently revealed to be a next-gen title, and rumors of a Boston-based Fallout 4 have been circulating for years. Considering Fallout 3 launched October 2008—almost five years ago—I wouldn’t be surprised if Fallout 4 turned up at E3 in June.

Bethesda President Says Company Will Be ‘Making Considerably More Noise’ in 2013

By | 04/10/2013 12:24 PM PT

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Talking on the Official Xbox Magazine podcast, Bethesda vice-president Peter Hines stated his company will be ‘making considerably more noise” in 2013.

“I think you’ll hear us making considerably more noise this year than we did last year, as a publisher,” Hines told OXM. “Obviously the Elder Scrolls Online is out and we’ve got the Dishonored DLC, but we will be announcing new stuff and making some noise, and I think when we get the chance to show you guys what we’re up to, that you’ll sit up and take notice.”

According to Hines, “people will get really excited” by whatever Bethesda plans to reveal.

Doom 4 was recently revealed to be a next-gen title, and rumors of a Boston-based Fallout 4 have been circulating for years. Considering Fallout 3 launched October 2008—almost five years ago—I wouldn’t be surprised if Fallout 4 turned up at E3 in June.

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