Fallout 4 hits store shelves on Nov. 10, and for a lot of people, that’s a big deal. Like, a work-skipping big deal. If that’s you, developer Bethesda has your back with a little something that might help a few excited fans avoid being fired for their loyalty.
Pete Hines, Bethesda’s vice president of public relations, took to Twitter this weekend with a doctor’s note providing Fallout 4 players with a little legitimacy to their delinquency. Of course, Hines is not a doctor of anything (except maybe of spin, sorry, I couldn’t leave it), but the note has its fill of legit-sounding acronyms, like MD, MBA, and BYOC. That last one is a convention term for “Bring Your Own Computer,” but your boss probably doesn’t know that.