The Obsidian boss wants to develop another Fallout game before retiring
Feargus Urquhart, CEO of Obsidian Entertainment, said he would like to develop another Fallout game before he retires.
In an interview with GamepressureUrquhart was asked if opportunities to work on a new Fallout game under Obsidian’s supervision were possible, especially since they are the team behind Fallout: New Vegas, Urquhart explained: “I’d like to work on another Fallout game before I retire, I don’t know when that will be, I don’t have a retirement date.” specific”.
He continued, “It’s funny, you can say I’m 52 years old already, or I’m only 52 years old. It’s one of those two, I hope it happens one day, but we’ll have to wait and see.”
Last October, Urquhart said he would like to make another Fallout game. The main question wasn’t if Obsidian Entertainment would work on the game one day, but when would they have the opportunity to do so? Currently, Obsidian is working on Avowed and The Outer Worlds 2, neither of which have an exact release window.
Bethesda has said that Fallout 5 will be the studio’s next project after The Elder Scrolls VI. So hopefully, the Fallout: New Vegas sequel can fill the void until then. According to Bethesda’s Todd Howard, Fallout: New Vegas was originally conceived as a major expansion of Fallout 3, but eventually became a completely standalone game.