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Not long ago, we reported that Fallout 3's favorite radio DJ Three Dog hinted (via his voice actor Erik Todd Dellums in some tweets) at what could possibly be an upcoming Fallout 4. That may not be the secret project he was referring to, however, as it seems Bethesda Softworks might actually be planning a Fallout-branded television show. The company has yet to make such an announcement, but The Vault has recently discovered a new trademark application from Bethesda themselves, listed as an "ongoing television program set in a post-nuclear apocalyptic world." Further hinting at a possible Fallout TV series can be found in a rumor from August of last year, which suggested that the next Fallout game would be set in Boston, Massachusetts. This rumor forged from reports that Bethesda developers were seen "scoping out and researching" the city. This scoping and researching could indeed be for a new Fallout game, but could just as likely be for the eventual shooting of a TV series set in the Fallout universe. This remains to be seen, and we will have to wait and see where this news ends up next. Do you think Bethesda could actually be making a TV series? Would you like to see a Fallout TV series go on the air, or do you think the series is better left to games only?
"People of the Capital Wasteland, it is I, Three Dog, your ruler! Hear me, and obey! Oh sorry, that's that other radio station." Anyone who has played the game Fallout 3 has probably listened to Galaxy News Radio quite a bit, and with it, its hilariously-cool DJ Three Dog. Earlier today, Three Dog's own voice actor Erik Todd Dellums (making this a completely legitimate source) gave pretty strong hints at an upcoming entry to the Fallout series, and one with Three Dog's return, no less. In a recent tweet, Dellums said "there may be more of the Dog coming! Fingers crossed!" Sure, this tweet isn't the most solid of hints, but his next one certainly added more weight to that statement. "I was given permission to release that tease," he tweeted. Since Three Dog only appeared in Bethesda Softworks' Fallout 3 and not in Obsidian Entertainment's Fallout: New Vegas, this "permission" Dellums got may very well be from Bethesda, who could actually be working on, or at least planning, a Fallout 4. We'll have to wait and see what Three Dog's hint becomes, but with signs pointing toward a Fallout 4, hopefully we hear about it in the near future. Do you think Bethesda might announce a Fallout 4 sometime soon? Are you excited at a possible Three Dog return?