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Kotaku claims to have casting documents for a Bethesda project code-named "Institute", and these documents mention a game setting in Boston and what appears to be Fallout-related locations and characters. These casting documents are supposedly handled by the same casting director who worked on Skyrim and Dishonored.
The scripts mention the Institute, Fallout's version of MIT, and post-apocalyptic Massachusetts. The documents also mention a mission regarding a character named Preston Garvey sending the player to "salvage a fusion core from a museum in the Commonwealth." The main character can be either a male or female character, and both will start the game in a cyrogenic sleep chamber.
Of course, none of this directly says that this is Fallout 4 or that any of this will end up in Fallout 4 if the game is really in the works. I'm personally feeling a little skeptical after that fake Fallout 4 website, but it's always possible that this one is not a hoax.
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