Guillermo del Toro was recently involved with Konami’s latest video game that was, Silent Hills, but now it seems he may be working on another exciting title, Fallout 4

Update: Following the writing of this article earlier today, Mirada Studios has been sending out take-down request to various publications. Here’s an example of one of the emails courtesy of Destructiod:

I’m reaching on regarding a new post today regarding a project that is rumored to be in production at the studio.
Please have this post REMOVED/TAKEN DOWN immediately.  It’s a violation of the company NDA at Mirada and inaccurate.
Thank you.
Now I don’t know about you, but the fact that this has violated an NDA, and not an NDA signed by Destructoid or any other publication, pretty much confirms the below story. What are your thoughts?

Original Story: With Guillermo del Toro no longer working on Silent Hills, he’s now free to put efforts elsewhere, but it seems his production company is still working on a game or two as the LinkedIn profile of a 3D artist who works there may have just spilled the beans on work done for Bethesda on a cinematic trailer for Fallout 4.

The listing, spotted by VideoGamer, notes that the artist states he was hired by California-based Mirada Studios back in December 2014 until March 2015. The reason for his work at Mirada Studios? According to the listing it was for a “Fallout 4 cinematic trailer.” Unfortunately no further details were revealed, but could that be enough to almost confirm Fallout 4 at E3 this year? With this and the various rumours and suggestions certainly add more to the rumour mill.

In addition to that, a rumoured 20-30 minute gameplay demo is also set to be shown at E3 but it’ll be behind closed doors. Interesting.

It’s worth mentioning that while Guillermo del Toro isn’t directly associated with the project, Mirada Studios is actually his production studio who he’s formed with Matthew Cullen, Javier Jiminez and Guillermo Navarro in late 2010.

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