In an interview with Newsweek reporters Mark Tucker gave, the Fallout 76 Design Director discussed the problems of launching the post-apocalyptic RPG and, in recalling the work done to correct the shot, he appealed to fans of the series to urge them to give the title a chance.
When asked about the serious launch problems of Fallout 76 and Bethesda’s commitment to ensure a future for this ambitious project, Tucker explained that “we listened carefully to the fans, especially the feedback from those who said ‘it didn’t seem like a game at all. of Fallout ‘, and so we’ve made some significant changes since launch. Today’s Fallout 76 is a very different game, with a story-centered soul, great interactions with secondary characters, and some interesting scenes to take in the story. “
According to the exponent of the Fallout 76 development team, Bethesda’s path of redemption to revive this title has paid off because “now there is a deep and rich narrative. If you are a fan of games with a storyline or, like me, you are a fan of traditional RPGs, there is so much to discover in the current Fallout 76. So please give this title a chance and try it out. “
Bethesda’s work, however, is by no means finished. During 2022, in fact, the explorers of the radioactive Appalachia of Fallout 76 will be able to visit Pitt, that is the irradiated Pittsburgh of one of the expansions of Fallout 3. In the meantime, we remind those who follow us that it is a few days ago the launch of the Fallout 76 Steel Kingdom free expansion.