Obsidian Entertainment CEO Feargus Urquhart has said he’d love to work on another Fallout game given the chance.The RPG veteran was involved in the production of the first two Fallout games during his time at Black Isle Studios and Interplay Entertainment in the late 1990s, and Obsidian developed 2010’s Fallout: New Vegas.In 2018 the studio was purchased by Microsoft, several years before the Xbox maker also acquired Bethesda, which owns the rights to the Fallout intellectual property.Earlier this year, it was claimed that very early talks had been held about a potential Fallout New Vegas sequel, with Microsoft reportedly expressing a lot of interest in making it happen.But in a newly published interview with Game Pressure, Urquhart suggested a new Fallout game from the studio isn’t currently on the cards.“We’re not working on Fallout, and we haven’t even talked about what it would be”, he claimed.Urquhart, who was interviewed in December, suggested Obsidian might be ready to start discussing new projects in late 2023.“Our plate is pretty full with Avowed, Grounded and Outer Worlds 2.
I don’t know when we’re going to start talking about new games, maybe towards the end of next year,” he said. “We just have to see what’s going on.
That’s the best way to say it. There’s nothing in the plans, nothing on the piece of paper that says that.“But I’ll stick to what I said.
I would love to make another Fallout before I retire. I don’t know when that is, I don’t have a date of my retirement. It’s funny – you can say I’m already 52, or only 52.Read more on videogameschronicle.com