In addition to Bethesda's many other features in capricious nuclear dystopia, Fallout 76 PvP has also been echoed by fans.
A report from USGamer details the latest story of Fallout 76. Pete Hines, Bethesda's vice president of global marketing and communications, recently admitted that representing Bethesda caused misunderstandings.
"Well, I mean, after all, our intention is always that we will put it there, see what people think, and then cater to what we do later to accommodate their response," Hines said . "So, for example, I think we were surprised that few people wanted to participate in PvP and how many of them were interested in PvE. Instead," I want to test you and let us duel. "Some people do this without misunderstanding me, but I think it's a smaller percentage of our player population than we think." (Originally)
In summary, Fallout 76 will be overhauled on April 7, which marks the date for the expansion of the "Waste Man". This is a welcome addition-not long ago, players were angry because they had to pay $ 7 for the refrigerator.
Wastelanders is an extension that should transform Fallout 76 into a true Fallout game. One of the most desperate elements of the expansion is that dialogue choices will be critical to wastelanders.
"We have a plan. We have a roadmap that we may share in a short period of time (probably after the wastelanders)," Hines said. "Let's walk through the" Wastelands "and talk again.
Since its launch in October 2018, Fallout 76 has been taxiing in some very turbulent waters, but Bethesda seems to be stepping up its preparations to correct the situation. To be fair, The Elder Scrolls Online did exactly that, and it got rid of the crumbling test of retreat when it launched—in fact, in June, ESO players will head to the familiar land of ice, snow, and dragon: Skyrim.
You can check the Wastelanders trailer below. This is a free extension for all Fallout 76 owners and will launch on April 7, 2020.