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Fallout 76 will be 4 times larger than Fallout 4 - New Trailer

Expect to hear more about Fallout 86 later today

Fallout 76 will be 4x larger than Fallout 4 - New Trailer

Fallout 76 will be four times larger than Fallout 4 - New Trailer

Bethesda's Todd Howard has given gamers a glimpse of |Fallout 76 at Microsoft's E3 2018 Press COnference, showcasing a game world that is four times larger than Fallout 4. 

Fallout 76 will be a prequel to every other game in the franchise, showcasing the world in a state that has never been seen before, an untamed wasteland where players are free to explore and loot to their heart's content.

Bethesda's latest trailer showcases more than Vault 76, revealing a world that appears less desolate than other games in the series, though the trailer neither confirms or deny's the game's rumoured multiplayer support.  

 

Fallout fans can expect to hear more information about Fallout 76 later today at Bethesda's E3 Press Conference.

You can join the discussion on Fallout 76's latest trailer and game size on the OC3D Forums

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10-06-2018, 16:49:37

AlienALX
hah ! so I was right about WV

OK just watched the video. Wow. How harrowing. Oddly enough I was at a friend's house today and we were talking about nukes. His kid wanted to know how they work so I spoke to him about it. Convo ended up on Fallout..

Any way, it looks incredible. And big. However ! I am not falling for the old trick again. They said Fallout 4 was enormous etc, it was no bigger than Fallout 3. In fact, the map area was pretty much cut and paste. I mean sure, there was more in it building wise but probably fewer interesting quests. They may well have been developing this alongside Fallout 4, and my one hope is that this is everything Fallout 4 was supposed to be but wasn't. Let us hope that all of the dev went into this and FO4 was a bit of a spermicidal milkshake made from the leftovers.Quote

10-06-2018, 16:59:29

Surpuppa
larger doesnt mean anything. As long as it is not filled with anything interesting then it is all pointless. Look at Yakuza (dont remember the name exactly) it is really quite small of a game but it is so stuffed to the brim with content that the small size of the map doesnt matterQuote

10-06-2018, 16:59:30

russler
Cannot wait, loved fallout 4 so much but itl be great to play a totally different era.Quote

10-06-2018, 17:01:04

TheF34RChannel
Hmm so it is an FPS with single player? That'd be good for me. I see they're still using the same outdated engine and use light trickery to make it look prettier, that may be a no buy for me - let's see when I have more info because I do genuinely like the franchise.Quote

10-06-2018, 17:05:36

AlienALX
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Originally Posted by TheF34RChannel View Post
Hmm so it is an FPS with single player? That'd be good for me. I see they're still using the same outdated engine and use light trickery to make it look prettier, that may be a no buy for me - let's see when I have more info because I do genuinely like the franchise.
When used correctly that engine is amazing. Far Harbor... Basically you could see by the time they made that they had really gotten good at it. It is incredible with the mist and etc. Sure, up close things look a bit rubbery but they really got it right with that. And, looking at that video they seem to be using mist and etc to good effect.

I "liked" Fallout 4. It was a tasty morsel. It wasn't, however, the successor to Fallout 3. Certainly absolutely not. It felt a bit half assed (Far Harbor did not though.. I recall saying the entire game should have been like that). Now we know why though. Because they were working on another one at the same time.

All I want is single player and co op. That would just be other worldly.

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Originally Posted by Surpuppa View Post
larger doesnt mean anything. As long as it is not filled with anything interesting then it is all pointless. Look at Yakuza (dont remember the name exactly) it is really quite small of a game but it is so stuffed to the brim with content that the small size of the map doesnt matter
When New Vegas came out lots of fans of the original games (1&2) quickly said it was much better than FO3. But it wasn't. Maybe if you work a full time job and have kids and a busy schedule then I could understand it, but when you picked below the surface FONV was quite empty. There was a lot going on on the surface in New Vegas, but when you looked for something deeper it just wasn't there. For example it did not have the metro system from FO3, where I spent many hours of my life. Most of the buildings were blocked off, there were very few unscripted quests and it just felt a bit shallow. This is understandable though, as they had like 2 years to make that. Sure the engine was already there and they had the dev kit and etc but a game with depth takes many years to make. Like, all of those small details and nuances that keep you going for hours and hours. If it is not there then you just don't get the span out of it.

Maybe I am hoping for a little too much after seeing that video, but I am praying that I am right and they spent all of their time on this and FO4 was a bit of a side quest lol.Quote
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