Fallout 4 Won't Have Fallout 3's Three Dog Voice Actor

Erik Todd Dellums says he is "bewildered" by the fact that he didn't even get to audition for Fallout 4.

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Bethesda's upcoming post-apocalyptic role-playing game, Fallout 4, will not include voice work from Erik Todd Dellums, who voiced the the Fallout 3 Galaxy News Radio DJ character Three Dog.

Dellums confirmed the news on Twitter (via VG247), saying he was never even asked to audition for Fallout 4. You may recall that Dellums, in January 2013, teased that he might appear in the next Fallout game. At the time, he also said he was authorized (by an unspecified party) to make that very tease.

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The actor now says that he hopes his tweets back in 2013 aren't to blame for him not getting a part in Fallout 4. Check out all of Dellums' tweets below.

We've also followed up with Bethesda in an attempt to learn more about this situation.

The Fallout 4 release date is set for November 10 across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. In other news about the game, Bethesda has announced that DLC for it will be released starting in 2016.

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