There's been tons of rumors that publisher Bethesda Softworks will reveal the long-awaited post-apocalypse RPG sequel Fallout 4 at E3 2015. Now, there's even more evidence that an announcement could be coming soon, via the online resume for a contract 3D artist who claims to have helped create a cinematic trailer for the game.
The LinkedIn profile for the artist has since been made private but Videogamer.com got a screen grab from the page, showing that the artist worked from December 2014 to March 2015 on the Fallout 4 trailer. He worked at Mirada Studios on that trailer, which also happens to be owned by famed movie director Guillermo del Toro.
Bethesda Softworks is scheduled to hold a press conference on Sunday, June 14 in Los Angeles, two days before E3 2015 officially begins in that city. It's more than possible that Fallout 4 will be revealed as part of the event, and that it will be released for the Xbox One, PC and other platforms. We will be attending E3 this year so stand by for some first-hand reports from the show.