Fallout 3 Set To Follow Skyrim Special Edition!

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E3 2018 will be kicking off this weekend and the event will see Bethesda launching Fallout 76. Aside from that, the game developer is likely to announce something big for Fallout 3 – in celebration of the game’s tenth anniversary.

While the details are unknown at the moment, a new leak has surfaced on SteamDB and it suggests the surprise to be Fallout 3 Remastered. The clue is with an unnamed DLC that is being planned for the PC-version of Fallout 3 listed on SteamDB.

The DLC is about 5.89GB in size, which is appropriate for a technical upgrade that can grant Fallout 3 better visualizations. It would also make sense to assume it as Fallout 3 Remastered because the current version of the game is having performance issues when operating on the latest Windows OS.

Furthermore, Bethesda tends to stick to a single path for both Elder Scrolls and Fallout. The two franchises have a similar foundation and the recently launched Skyrim Special Edition (Remastered) is a clear indication that Fallout 3 will enjoy a similar treatment.

Bethesda is expected to confirm on the above at E3 this week and we surely hope for the above to come true.