There's still an hour left on the countdown clock before the official news about the upcoming Fallout game come out, but Bethesda has prematurely published the official Fallout 4 website (and then quickly taken it down).
As one might expect, there's nothing official at the moment, as the website has been quickly taken down. Still, there was a picture showing a workshop packed with Fallout things, inscluding a Brotherhood of Steel suit, a dog, and a Nuka Cola vending machine, just to count the most notable. There's also a video, possibly a teaser or announcement trailer, but at the time of writing it's Private. It will most likely go live once the countdown officially expires.
Bethesda says the game's official world premiere will take place at their E3 conference, on June 14.
Another interesting fact is that at the time of writing, the game is only listed for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, which means Bethesda is moving away from last-gen consoles.
We shall know more when the official news will come up.
Here's the official trailer in all its post-apocalyptic glory, all in-game engine footage of course!