Fallout 3 is a part of the Fallout single-player mode 3D games. It is a very appreciated game with many features from the classic Fallout. There have been lots of rumors until now about a remaster version, fueled by Bethesda developers. They presented in 2018 at an event a shorth-length video in which we could’ve seen a Switch port, just like Skyrim and DOOM. But for the hoping fans, the Bethesda developers launched at the beginning of 2019, a video with a Fallout-themed countdown, teasing for a Fallout 3 Switch port.
Having witnessed Skyrim ported to Switch, it fueled our desire for Fallout, too. Also, we can imagine how Bethesda’s open-world adventures can develop pretty much amazing on the hybrid console. Moreover, an exploration of the wild wasteland in Fallout 3’s Capital Wasteland would be an entire interesting thing for players. Fallout New Vegas’ Mojave will also be a delight.
The Future of the Game
Right now, the developers focus on Fallout 76 and the upcoming Elder Scrolls VI. The only reason that keeps fans hoping, however, is the fact that Bethesda’s interference with a mod team that wants to rebuild Fallout 3 in Fallout 4. Even if we don’t know precisely how the future of the game will be, we want to see our favorite game reborn.
Last year was the tenth anniversary of the game’s launch, but the developers didn’t take any action toward this event, unfortunately.
What We Know So Far about Fallout 3
The game depicts a post-apocalyptic game, also action role-playing developed by the Bethesda Game Studios. Fallout 3 is the third part of the series. It has been released on October 2008, is available on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS3, and since 2015, on Xbox One.