Someone who correctly predicted Fallout 76 claims the leaked Nintendo E3 list is real

Now that the dust has settled on Bethesda’s 24-hour stream to announce Fallout 76, it’s time to take a look at some of what’s happened leading up to it.

About four hours before the official announcement of Fallout 76, a user on Reddit claimed that Bethesda would be announcing that very game.

SoMeh stated that Bethesda was announcing Fallout 76 and went on to say;

It’s a full game, it’s centered around building base camps etc and it’s online

Nintendo E3 Leak

That’s not all though, because SoMeh has also claimed that the leaked list of Nintendo’s plans for E3 is legit.

Just because someone correctly predicted, or knew, the name of Fallout 76, doesn’t mean that they know this list is true. However, now that Fallout 76 has been announced and Pokemon Let’s GO! has also been revealed, perhaps SoMeh has some inside knowledge after all.

As a refresher, the games listed in the document are;

  • Intro trailer showing Dragon Ball FighterZ, FIFA 19, NBA 2K19, Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy, Octopath Traveller and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
  • Super Smash Bros – Developed by Bandai Namco
  • Punch Out!! Become the Champion – Developed by Next Level Games
  • Metroid Prime: Renegade – Developed by Bandai Namco
  • Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion
  • Fire Emblem Memories – Developed by Intelligent Systems
  • Fallout 3 Anniversary – Developed by Bethesda
  • Yoshi’s Flipping Island – Developed by Good-Feel
  • Pokemon Lets GO! Pikachu and Eevee Editions – Developed by Game Freak
  • F-Zero SX – Developed by Platinum Games
  • Fortnite – Developed by Epic Games
  • Star Fox Lylat System – Developed by Retro Studios

You can read our full breakdown of the Nintendo E3 Leak here.

Read about Fallout 76 here.

Read about Pokemon Let’s GO! here.

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