How's that for an attention-grabbing headline? Eurogamer exclusively interviews Eric Caen.<blockquote>"But in that case, the IP will come back to us, and of course, we will complete our work and release Fallout MMO." Caen's Fallout 5 refers to the next Fallout game from Bethesda, with last year's Fallout: New Vegas considered the fourth game in the hugely successful series. "The original licensing deal was for three games and their DLC," Caen continued. "So they already did Fallout 3, then Fallout: New Vegas, and they can only do one more Fallout, 5, if the sale of the IP is cancelled by the court. (...) Interplay has so far refrained from showing much from Fallout Online because "anything we show will help Bethesda in their fight". Caen refused to comment on his commitment to launch the game during the second half of 2012, but insisted the game was well into development. "Since early 2009, we have a virtual Fallout world that exists and grows every day. We don't want to release too many elements because of the litigation. We don't know yet when we will reveal more. Sorry! "Our team, led by Chris Taylor and Mark O'Green [two of the creators of the original Fallout], loves Fallout and what we are putting together. We all hope we will be able to show you soon more of our work, and that you will like it."</blockquote>So basically, nothing new there.