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'Fallout 4' is real according to leaked casting documents

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The Fallout 4 rumors continue with a new leak Wednesday that looks much more real than the hoax website that caused a stir in recent weeks.

A Kotaku source allegedly sent the outlet document from a casting call for a project code-named "Institute" that the site says are verified to be real. While Fallout is never mentioned by name, it does include several references to the game including the signature "War. War never changes" opening line.

The documents also reference the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) which Bethesda was rumored to be scouting long ago and also mentions the Commonwealth, which comprises what's left of the state of Massachusetts following the apocalyptic nuclear war from the game's history.

Bethesda Softworks declined to comment on the leaked document so this should be set in the rumor category for now. Still, the developer is working on something for the PS4, Xbox One and PC and its been presumed that a new Fallout game would follow the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

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