Bethesda promises to support Fallout 76 forever

Fallout 76
Written by Hassan Abbas

Developers of the project will listen to the opinion of gamers and constantly add new content. Sounds inspiring. The company Bethesda Softworks for the first time in history decided to focus not on the single-player campaign, and multiplayer. Previously, we received from the developer smart storylines and completely unique virtual worlds, while in November there will be a distinctive Fallout 76.

The project will send gamers to the wastelands of West Virginia for survival in harsh environments where you will need to cooperate with other users. The novelty is a game-service, like Destiny 2 or The Division, and fans of the franchise really wanted to know how long Fallout 76 will support and update fresh content.

Fallout 76

Luckily for the fans, Bethesda Softworks has grandiose plans for a new project. In one of the interviews, Pete Hines, Vice President of Bethesda, announced the company’s desire to maintain the product forever. To clarify his so pathetic statement, he cited two successful games as examples, which are still alive all living.

Just go online and look at the number of people playing in Fallout 4 and Skyrim. These games were released four and seven years ago, but even now hundreds of thousands of gamers come into them every day, every month, – Pete Hines, vice president of Bethesda.

Fallout 76

As a clear example, Hines led the situation with Fallout 3. The game was released in 2008 and became a real hit both among fans of the franchise and among new users. However, gamers were very disappointed that after the passage of the storyline the game was over. In a literal sense, the world was no longer allowed to study the world. Developers listened to the community and released a patch that removed the “ending” of the game process. Vice-president Bethesda added that the further development of Fallout 76 directly depends on the popularity of the project among the players.

We have a lot of different ideas for the development of the project. But, let’s find out what the users themselves want. We will look at their reaction and support any preferences.

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Transparency Bethesda in respect of Fallout 76 was very pleased with the community. Now it’s clear why developers do not prohibit beta test participants from sharing any information, including screenshots and videos. Probably, the huge part of the content is still in the planning stage and in the future, the project will be supplemented and improved. It remains only with great anticipation of the release of Fallout 76, which will be held November 14 on the PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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