Fallout: New Vegas bound for autumn

Obsidian's PC, PS3 and 360 follow-up.

Bethesda has confirmed Fallout: New Vegas for an autumn 2010 release.

The date coincides with a brand new trailer, published moments ago on Eurogamer TV.

Fallout: New Vegas will be developed by Obsidian Entertainment, the team behind Neverwinter Nights 2, Knights of the Old Republic 2 and now Alpha Protocol.

New Vegas is a follow-up to the Goliath Fallout 3, and brings to life the magical land of Vegas.

The game's in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

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