Bethesda Teases Us With A Short Video Clip

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

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Bethesda is teasing us with a short Vine video clip. If you are thinking this is Fallout-related, think again! Bethesda’s vice president of PR and marketing, Pete Hines, has taken to Twitter on his personal account and shot that idea down.

 

Here is what we know; the clip is about 4 seconds long and starts off with a shot of some barbed wire followed by some brief flashes of, well, I don’t know what. Polygon has informed us that these pieces of paper are shots of some very old music. The first shot appears to be that of a 33 1/3 vinyl record by The Moonbeam Trio, which was directed by George Shackley and titled, “Planned program service program no. 416.”

Maybe this means something to someone?  Sadly, I have no further insights to offer, but hopefully, one of you can enlighten me on any possible meanings behind this video. Either way, you know I love to share a tease, and this is definitely a tease!

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  • Kyrith

    Dishonored perhaps, or a new ip?

  • Cscotch

    The old music and barbed wire is making me think of V for Vendetta.

  • Whatever it is, it better come to the Wii U

    • Kyrith

      Sadly, I doubt that it will 🙁

  • RichieBerry

    The vinyl record is Air on a G String by J. S. Bach. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E2j-frfK-yg

    I’m not sure if it means anything, since Air on a G String is one of the most popular pieces of classical music. It might just be “stereotypical classical music” rather than anything specific to the song, but I suppose we shall see.