A behind-closed-doors demonstration for Fallout 4 at Gamescom has leaked on the adult website, PornHub. The video is a poor quality amateur video that offers up some glimpses between the other journalists in the room that obscure some of the view.
It was previously uploaded to YouTube and other file-sharing websites, that have since been removed due to Bethesda’s request by their copyright and legal team. However, for some reason, it remains on PornHub, which we refuse to link due to the nature of the site and the fact that it was recorded with poor judgement and poor taste.
Today, GameSpot shares that the seven minute video includes “snippets of the video show the game’s unnamed hero mowing down a horde of zombies, and aiming through sights on an automatic weapon, then later, accessing computer terminals, lock-picking, and interacting with his Pip-Boy.”
VG247 reported that the video had over 73,000 views, as of five hours ago. We refuse to click on the link, even for the sake of journalism.
Some Fallout 4 fans have been spreading the footage and have included various links on the Sugarbombed forum. Some have appeared to be removed, however fans that are eager to get a glimpse of the leaked gameplay have been warned that some websites that may offer a download of the footage, may be spreading spyware and computer viruses.
Developers usually release the footage from press events not too long after the event took place. While this particular demo has not been officially released by Bethesda, we only have a few short months to wait for its release. Fallout 4 is slated for a release date of November 10 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. We can safely assume that more trailers and footage will be released before the game hits shelves.