One of the joys of playing an MMORPG is that you get to play with other people from all around the world. Unfortunately, one of the downsides to online gaming is that you meet all kinds of people, and not all of them are good. The good news for Fallout 76 players is that if you’d rather avoid these types of players, Bethesda has the answer for you in the […]
A group of Fallout 76 players ended up crashing the game’s server when they conducted a synchronized triple nuke launch. That was apparently too much to take for the server which ended up buckling. Be warned, though, there are some spoilers ahead if you still haven’t picked up the title.
The latest patch for Fallout 76 might force you to keep a close eye on your data cap It’s a whopping 47GB. Bethesda had said that this patch would be hefty and it certainly wasn’t kidding. The first major patch for this title is now rolling out and it brings a handful of improvements and fixes for Fallout 76.
If you have yet to check out the Fallout 76 beta, do keep in mind that the time is running out. Bethesda today released the schedule for the last two beta sessions of the upcoming title. Interested players only have two days left to get in on the multiplayer beta action before the program shuts down for good.
Fallout fans still have to wait for a considerable amount of time before they can get their hands on the upcoming addition to this franchise. However, Bethesda wants to keep the hype machine going which is why it has today released a new introductory video for Fallout 76. This trailer presumably shows the clip which will play before the actual game is started.
When Bethesda announced Fallout 76, they also unveiled the Power Armor Edition which is basically a collector’s edition bundle that comes with a bunch of goodies, namely the Power Armor helmet. Unfortunately as expected, it was a hot ticket item and has since been sold out, leading many to wonder if there are plans to restock it.
Unlike previous Fallout games where it was mostly focused on single-player content, Bethesda is approaching Fallout 76 differently by making it a multiplayer game. In a way you could think of it like a combination of Fallout games and also Fallout Shelter, where you get the experience of Fallout but also the need to work together to survive the dangers of the wasteland.
Microtransactions are a popular way for developers and publishers to make money beyond the current sale of the game. Some games do it properly where gamers don’t feel the need to make any purchases, but yet can progress through the game just fine, but there are others in which it is clear that the more you spend, the easier it is to win.
The problem with multiplayer games, especially in MMORPGs is that from time to time you encounter players whose sole purpose is to try and kill you in the game and mess up your experience. This can get rather annoying, although the good news is that over the years, developers have been coming up with different ways to deal with this.
Before Steam, games were distributed individually via either the publisher or developer’s website, or they are purchased in physical format. However now that Steam is around, it’s not surprising to see that whenever PC games are launched, they are launched via Steam as one of the channels that gamers can get the game from.
The Fallout 76 beta will be kicking off this October and it’s a good way for players to get an idea of what the game will be like ahead of its release. The good news is that if you are participating in the beta, Bethesda has confirmed via the Fallout FAQ website that any progression you make in the beta will be carried over to the actual game upon its […]
The next addition to the Fallout lineup was announced a few weeks ago by Bethesda and the company has now confirmed when the Fallout 76 beta will go live. There’s a lot of anticipation among fans for the beta as they want to experience this new take on the Fallout franchise. Bethesda has now confirmed the Fallout 76 beta release for October 2018.
NPCs are computer-driven characters that you come across in video games. In fact pretty much every RPG you play will feature NPCs, even those that are online based as NPCs are characters who sometimes help to further the story and also to provide players with quests and rewards.
Back in the day games used to be exclusive to their respective platforms, but nowadays we’re starting to see more games open up to be cross-platform, meaning that PC gamers can play with Xbox gamers, Switch gamers play with PC gamers, and so on. Conspicuously missing from the list is Sony.