Amidst the many rumors surrounding the release of Fallout 4, new reports have surfaced that video game publisher Bethesda has dropped the game.
It has also been rumored that Bethesda has passed the project to another game developer, Battle Studios. The report also pointed out game director Howard Todd's response to a question about the casting documents of the much-awaited game; he revealed that the company still doesn't a specific schedule or timeframe for the game's release.
IB Times also reported the rumors that since Fallout 4 had missed its E3 2014 launching date, it is more likely to be unveiled at the E3 2015 instead.
Other sources recently pointed out that the upcoming game will have an online multiplayer option as project director and lead designer for the previous Fallout: New Vegas, Josh Sawyer, shared an interest to the development of the game. His plans would be to include an MMO element to it.
Meanwhile, Gamescom is nearing and fans of the game franchise are once again hopeful that Bethesda will finally announce the release date. The said event will took place in Cologne, Germany between the dates Aug. 13 and Aug. 17.
KDramastars, via The Fuse Joplin, also speculated the likelihood of an autumn 2015 release date and that it will be made available for Windows PC, Xbox One and the next-gen PlayStation 4 console.
Nevertheless, these speculations are to be taken with a grain of salt since any official statement from the parties involved aren't still available to confirm any rumors.