So let's say you've been waiting anxiously for Fallout 4 and you fully intend to invest a boatload of time into the massive new action/RPG.

But school or work is getting in the way.

Well, Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines can't really help you but he can make you laugh, as evidenced by one of his recent Tweets . It's basically a fake doctor's note that you could give to your teacher or boss, thereby securing your freedom for Tuesday, when the hotly anticipated Fallout 4 arrives:

If the authority figure(s) in your life has a sense of humor, maybe you'll get a laugh out of them, too. But chances are, you're just going to have wait for some free time to dive into Fallout 4 , which will be available on November 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. For extended fun, you can snag the Season Pass for $30 .

Related Game(s): Fallout 4

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frylock25
frylock25
6 years ago

a guy at my work took the week off just to stay home and play fallout 4. im sure a bunch of people are doing the same. if i had more vacation time and didnt just get promoted i probably would have.

FAREEZ
FAREEZ
6 years ago

I wish i had a job…

frylock25
frylock25
2 years ago

a guy at my work took the week off just to stay home and play fallout 4. im sure a bunch of people are doing the same. if i had more vacation time and didnt just get promoted i probably would have.

FAREEZ
FAREEZ
2 years ago

I wish i had a job…