Fallout: New Vegas unveiled

It's coming to PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. 

Bethesda Softworks has unveiled a new Fallout title at a press event in London and said it will be developed by Obsidian.

Called Fallout: New Vegas, it's in development for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. It's not a sequel to Fallout 3, but will be set in the Fallout universe.

Bethesda plans to show off the game later this year, with a release pencilled in for 2010. Expect more news as soon as we get it.

"It's not a sequel to Fallout 3, it's just another game in the universe, and it has no impact whatsoever on whatever Todd Howard and his team are working on," said Pete Hines.

"We approached Obsidian and they were, like, yeah. That was a pretty easy conversation. It's not Fallout Tactics, it's not Brotherhood of Steel; it's another RPG."

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