Anyone who has played a game from Bethesda, especially in the recent console generations, knows that the games are filled with content. This abundance can lead to one not wanting to do anything but play their games.
Pete Hines of Bethesda has apparently heard these “cries for help” in regards to not wanting to work or school, and thus has provided a “sick note” for people to use to “get out” of said obligation and be able to play Fallout 4. He reveals on Twitter:
“I figure some of you might need a note from your doctor for your upcoming “sick day(s)” this week. So here you go.”
It remains to be seen if this would actually work. This is but the latest marketing ploy by Bethesda to promote Fallout 4, which releases tomorrow on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.