Languages: Running Fallout 76 with language options set to Traditional or Simplified Chinese no longer causes the game to launch in English. I'd not consider it such an issue if Fallout 76 were a purely cooperative game, but those hunting the deadliest game in PvP could be a problem if they can claim any underhanded competitive edge. This begs the question of the life of the game among several others.
Bethesda's Pete Hines did an interview with the gamers over at Gamespot and talked in depth about the current plans for Fallout 76, and the company is planning to support the game "forever". The game is due out on November 14th, with only a few more public beta sessions planned between now and then.More news: India hails U.S. waiver on Iran oil, studying details
Or, and hear me out here, you could go full Mad Max and lone wolf the post-apocalypse as a no-good bandit who preys on other players and robs them in the dead of night, repercussions be damned!
There is a lot of merit to what Hines is saying.More news: Anthony Rizzo, Theo Epstein Shoot Down Recent Kris Bryant Trade Rumors
More developers seem to be open to the idea of cross-play so maybe it's possible with the next generation of consoles we'll see this as more of a normal thing. Shifting business models and means of playing games - such as subscription and cloud-based services - are just one of the topics that we will be covering at the January 21st and 22nd event. Marketing tactic or not, it is nice of Bethesda to be so optimistic. "We're going to keep going as long as people keep playing it and it shows no sign of slowing down", he insists before later reassuring, "I have nothing to look at that says it's not going to be up forever". We don't know what will happen in the following years. Maybe there's a point where it doesn't matter. "But this is a massive franchise and Bethesda commitment to it is never-ending". We know that modders are already excited about Fallout 76 and this should be a big game for the modding community.More news: LaMelo Ball wants to play for a ‘top college program'