On top of that, Bethesda's Twitch account went live, simply displaying a Vault-Tec bobblehead and the aforementioned "Please Stand By" test pattern in the background.
While the "Please Stand By" imagery is synonymous with Fallout to Bethesda, it's unclear what this tweet is referring to. Given the famed secrecy of Bethesda Game Studios - Todd Howard refuses to even spill Elder Scrolls news to his family - pretty much anything could be on the cards. Bethesda has found success with Skyrim and DOOM ports on the Nintendo Switch, so it's possible a Fallout game will see the same fate.More news: 1 new Ebola death confirmed in Congo, bringing total to 12
It is unknown what Fallout game Bethesda could be teasing.
For those who don't know, Fallout is one of the best-selling and best-loved video game franchises of all time, noted for its bleak, open-world storytelling in an post-apocalyptic America laid to waste by nuclear war. 2018 is the 10th anniversary of Fallout 3, which originally appeared on the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC in October 2008.
Fallout 3 was followed by another release a few years later in Fallout: New Vegas, so there's no reason why this couldn't be another spin off from the studio.More news: All 2019 iPhones will reportedly have OLED displays
The only thing is there's been no hints or leaks of anything Fallout related at all.
Possible news of for a new "Fallout" comes nearly three years after the announcement of "Fallout 4" at E3 2015.More news: Serena Williams back in the Grand Slam groove in Paris