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Fallout 4 will get a QuakeCon-exclusive presentation on July 21

If you're going to QuakeCon, you're invited to sit in on a special Fallout 4 presentation by game director Todd Howard. If you're not, sorry: the demo will be attendee exclusive, meaning it won't even be streamed on the official Twitch account.

So far Bethesda's keeping quiet about what the demonstration will cover, saying only that it will begin July 24 at 1 pm Central time. We already got quite a bit of information about Fallout 4's world, revised combat system, and fully voiced characters back at E3 but, c'mon, this is the next game from the Skyrim team - there's plenty more to talk about.

QuakeCon 2014 attendees got to see the long-awaited reveal of the new Doom months before the rest of the world, so the Fallout 4 demonstration will have a tough act to follow. If you're interested, QuakeCon 2015 will run from July 23 to 26 at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas and tickets are still available for general attendees (registration for the huge bring-your-own-computer LAN party is closed).

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