Lots of gamblers let down, according to Bethesda

Lots of gamblers let down, according to Bethesda

Lots of gamblers let down, according to Bethesda

In the past, Game Director and Executive Producer Todd Howard from Bethesda Softworks had expressed some understanding about the many criticisms of the early state of Fallout 76 and now repeated this in a recent interview with the British The Guardian: “We have failed many people relaxed, “said Howard. While, according to The Guardian, you could rehabilitate yourself over time with updates such as the Wastelanders expansion, the question of the future of classic single-player titles or the further focus on multiplayer was also in the room:

“Obviously we’re big single player fans and we’ve had some success with some multi-player games […] We’ve found that even when it’s a multiplayer game, whether it’s Elder Scrolls Online or Fallout 76, a large number of our players want to play it like a single player game and don’t want to be distracted by the other players. Games treat multiplayer in different ways, and I think all of that have value. “- Todd Howard, Bethesda Softworks

In the meantime, Howard did not explicitly comment on the SciFi role-playing game Starfield, which is currently in development, and the also announced The Elder Scrolls 6, but nevertheless shared his idea of ​​improvements in games for the future: “I would like more responsiveness [in Spielwelten], more coincident systems for players to use to express themselves. I think chasing after size for size isn’t always the best goal. ”

As recently as November, Howard announced in another interview that Fallout 76 (buy now ) has sold and established so well despite all the criticism that the company wants to continue to rely on such multiplayer projects in the future.

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