Bethesda Asks to Keep the Fallout 4 Spoilers out Until November 10

November 2, 2015 Written by Jason Dunning

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Despite not releasing until November 10 on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, there have been some Fallout 4 leaks over the last few days, including screenshots and videos.

Over on the Bethesda forums, Matt Grandstaff, Global Community Lead, has asked everyone to keep the spoilers a secret until launch day:

Head’s up that we’re not allowing links/images/streams/videos to be shared in the forums prior to the release of the game. Folks that are currently sharing assets either have a copy they shouldn’t have or are breaking terms of our NDA with them.

If you see something you think shouldn’t be posted, you’re welcome to PM me, but let’s wait to share this stuff until the game is actually out — posting leaked content will lead to warnings, suspensions, and possibly even a forum ban.

November 10th is right around the corner — let’s keep the spoilers out until then.

Meanwhile, Pete Hines, VP of PR and Marketing at Bethesda, responded to a number of tweets, saying that he won’t be answering any questions pertaining to the leaks:

Saying that he’s “upset” at the leaks, Hines added, “It’s like watching someone else open your Christmas presents in [November]” and “I think you will enjoy the game a lot more if you experience it for yourself instead of seeing someone else do it.”

Clarifying that the Pip-Boy Edition doesn’t include the Season Pass, but rather an ad for it, Hines then said, “Mods will be available to play on consoles [in 2016]. The mod tools will not.”

In case you were wondering, Fallout 4 will always be a single-player game:

How will you be avoiding Fallout 4 spoilers for the next eight days?

[Source: Bethesda Forums, Pete Hines (Twitter 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)]