Earlier today, a leaked document from Nintendo that was uncovered by Powerup revealed a list of upcoming games for the Nintendo Switch that were soon to be revealed at this year’s E3. One of these titles turned out to be a new version of Fallout 3, named the Fallout 3 Anniversary Edition, by Bethesda.
Fallout 3 was first released on seventh generation consoles and the PC in October 2008. If this leaked information is true, than it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to speculate that the Fallout 3 Anniversary Edition may also be planned to be ported onto the PlayStation 4.
Considering both the time and resources Bethesda puts into their games, it’s no wonder they hope to extend the lives of their products. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, for example, was first released for seventh generation consoles in 2011, then ported onto eighth generation consoles five years later, then again in November 2017 for the Nintendo Switch, and again for the PlayStation VR. Bethesda may be planning the same revamping with their Fallout 3 Anniversary Edition.
With DLC trophies included, the original Fallout 3 on the PS3 has a total of 73 trophies. Trophy hunters may rejoice with the chance to double that number should the Fallout 3 Anniversary Edition release a separate list on their PS4, as Bethesda had done with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.