Pete Hines, the VP of Bethesda and liaison of the company with the public, has spoken on Twitter and answered some questions from fans about what’s in store for us with Fallout 76 in some areas of interest, including the gameplay, different levels of difficulty, or in-game rewards.
Fallout 76 is the upcoming sequel in the Fallout saga, and it is a post-apocalyptic multiplayer role-playing video game. The game is expected to hit shelves in November.
Fallout 76 needs to be played in an organized fashion
For example, as Pete Hines revealed, Fallout 76 will follow the traditional Fallout saga system where different types of ammunition occupy different inventory spaces. So, to play the game organized is something that Hines himself recommends, advising players to invest points to improve strength or being organized, and “not to carry bullets for weapons that they do not own.”
“There are options, so you have to figure out how to solve every situation,” Hines added.
No different difficulty levels in Fallout 76
The VP of Bethesda, Pete Hines, also responded in a logical way to the possibility of the addition of difficulty levels in the new release of the Fallout saga.
“No, there are no different difficulty levels. The game is the same for every gamer because it is an online experience. There couldn’t be a creature with two different difficulty levels for two different players,” said Pete Hines.
A little more than two months apart us from Fallout 76 release date
As for the loot, there was also enough space for discussion. “The spoils are random. Not everyone finds the same things in the same places,” Pete Hines himself explained when asked about such a case by a gamer.
The post-apocalyptic multiplayer role-playing video game goes on sale November 14, 2018, for Microsoft Windows, PS4s, and Xbox One, and despite Fallout 76’s online orientation, Bethesda doesn’t want to stop making single-player games.
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