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No Fallout 4 demo and here's why

Bethesda explains why it will not offer a demo version of the post-apocalyptic RPG.

Bethesda will not offer a demo version of its upcoming RPG Fallout 4, the developer has confirmed. Writing on Twitter, marketing executive Pete Hines explained why that won't happen. "No demo," he said to a fan who asked about it. "Not possible to cut up the game into a small piece."

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Gamers on the fence about buying Fallout 4, then, may want to wait to read reviews or see more gameplay. Demos for sprawling, AAA games aren't uncharted territory, however, as a free demo version of Bungie's shooter Destiny is currently available to try on consoles.

Fallout 4 launches on November 10 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.

The post-apocalyptic game recently went gold, while its trophies/achievements have emerged. On top of that, Microsoft has said it is confident that Rise of the Tomb Raider and Fallout 4--which launch on the same day--can both enjoy success.