Bethesda is working on a new game apparently, but no one is sure on what exactly they're working on, even after the developer released a 4-second Vine clip teasing the new game. The clip features barbed wire, an LP spinning, and sheet music of "Air of the G-string" by Bach. What could all of this mean?
It's actually kind of creepy, like something out of the Saw movies, but we'd probably feel a bit more comfortable if we knew what the teaser was about. The LP is of The Moonbeam Trio, directed by George Shackley, called "Planned program service program no. 416." We're not sure what connection this had to Bethesda, but we're guessing it means something.
And if you're guessing Fallout, then you better "guess again," according to Pete Hines, Bethesda's vice president of public relations and marketing, who says that the Vine teaser is related to Fallout. Then again, it could just be misdirection on Hines's part, and maybe it is a new Fallout game we're expecting.
It honestly could be any number of things. Maybe a new Wolfenstein? Who knows, but it seems the developer is looking to gain some attention by teasing a new game, now that they discontinued support for Skyrim and won't be releasing DLC for it anymore. What do you think the teaser is all about? What game is Bethesda teasing us? Let us know in the comments.
[via PC Gamer]