After Fallout 4 was revealed, a lot of people were upset about the fact that Fallout 4 looks a lot like Fallout 3, clearly indicating that the graphics is not what it was expected to be. However, Bethesda’s Pete Hines didn’t seem to be much bothered with it and declared that negative reaction on the visuals ‘definitely doesn’t affect us’.
According to him, the situation is similar to that of most forms of entertainments where it is impossible to get a 100% agreement on any particular aspect. Therefore, in the end, it could be the graphics or the gameplay or the location setting but everyone is entitled to their own opinions.
Meanwhile, there were some lunatics who were disgruntled with the fact that color was added to the game. However, Hines didn’t seem too concerned about these weird people who were unimpressed by the technology that Fallout 4 had to offer.
According to Hines, people can use whatever criteria they want while purchasing or not purchasing a game. In the end, it is not up to him. He doesn’t go up to every potential customer and force him to buy this game or he’s going to try and convince him otherwise.
He puts out ideas in the best possible ways in order to provide the people with a good idea regarding what they want and what they don’t.
In other news, August has been quite a slow month for gaming deals but right now, things are about to get heated up as we start going towards Fall release schedule and Holiday season. GMG, a new digital retailer offered a 20% off coupon, which is designated for some chosen PC titles.
Bethesda’s Fallout 4 releasing on 10th November is definitely at the center of focus here, while EA/DICE’s Star Wars: Battlefront is included as well. The latter is scheduled to release 7 days after Fallout 4 launch.
In case of Fallout 4, the game has dropped to an all-time low pre-order price of 45 dollars. The same has been done for Battlefront with 25% off. You can use the code DEALZO-N25OFF-STAGMG for Fallout 4 and Battlefront.
However, before you pre-order Fallout 4, here are some things that prospective buyers of Fallout 4 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC should worry about. Firstly, you should know that this game will take a long time to complete and by long, we mean hundreds and hundreds of hours of content.
According to a Bethesda employee, he has already played the game for 400 plus hours and still at the tip of the iceberg. Now, this will appeal to a lot of people with fans disappearing for a month, amidst sincere searches conducted by frantic girlfriends and worried mothers!
However, those people who cannot dedicate a lot of time towards gaming may not prefer this title. If you are simply looking for a game that you can purchase and beat within a couple of hours, Fallout 4 is something that you should stay away from! Fallout 4 won’t have any playable demo and you won’t see a review until the game is already nearing its release date.
The game is going to take a pretty huge commitment on your part in order to finish. If you are presently not up for that, you should wait for the release date or the price to fall. This saves you from spending 60 dollars on a game that you will never enjoy.