Lately, there have been a number of leaks regarding the upcoming Fallout 4 game, leaks that include gameplay footage as well as high-quality screenshots. According to recent news, it looks like Bethesda has decided to address these issues by releasing an official statement on its forums. The statement was written by Matt Grandstaff, Bethesda’s global community lead, and he said that those who are responsible for the leaks either have illegal copies of the game or are breaking their non-disclosure agreements with Bethesda. Grandstaff also asked community members to keep an eye out and report any content that has the potential to spoil the game for everyone else, and he added that posting Fallout 4 leaked assets can lead to suspensions, warnings and even forum bans.
All things considered, such an anticipated game was bound to attract a lot of attention. However, if I were fortunate enough to be able to play this game before its release, I’d just enjoy the experience without posting screenshots and gameplay videos. Aside from these, some of the most significant leaks so far include the game’s menu as well as its manual. Fortunately, Fallout 4 is just a week away from its official release. Until then, it’s probably a good idea to follow this advice:
Quite a few leaks happening at the moment. Probably a good idea to mute any accounts you don't trust if you don't want to be spoiled.
— Fallout News (@FO4News) October 31, 2015