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I like this trailer and I hate what this game seems like its gonna be. Looking back at this trailer just fills me with sadness that Fallout 76 = Minecraft. Such a waste of what looks like a lot of neat stuff and locations just so Bethesda can try to cash in on multiplayer, online only bullshit.
Isn't this going to have a feature like GTA where there's an orbital cannon but a little nuke? Pretty sure we'll have tryhards and griefers. I'll just be in my X-01 or T-51 power armor cause those are my favorites.
This game looks fun, and the ash heap in particular looks amazing, but I’m worried that as soon as I step out the door I’ll be ambushed by xXxSW4GB4LLZ420xXx with a Gatling laser and a full set of power armor.
Would be an interesting idea for fallout is they made a game in which China and the US are still at war after the bombs drop, and the civilians are stuck in between, with both sides just milking them for resources.
In fallout 3 you had to find your dad. In fallout 4 you had to find your son. But in fallout 76 you have to find nuclear launch codes to nuke xXxPu$$yDEstroyER$xXx shitty shack he spent 6 hours building 😂
Malheureusement fallout commence a devenir un FPS deja fallout 4 était surtout du shooting et peu d interaction avec les gens il y avait les constructions qui était sympa mais c était pas terrible
En gros fallout 76 est une grosse copie de fallout 4 mais avec plus de constructions (avec des mods on peut avoir la même chose sur fallout 4) et un multijoueur qui copie clairement call of duty
J ai plus de 105 niveaux sur fallout 4 et je vois pas pourquoi je devrais acheter fallout 76 pour au final la même chose.
Au moins fallout 3/new vegas ont réfléchissais dans nos choix et on ne tirais pas comme un fou sans savoir ce qu'on fait.
Man feels imagine watching as the world is coming to an end just thinking to yourself well this is it. It's the scariest thing I think a person can possibly experience knowing that the last few moments that you are living is the end of the world
So I decided to play some classic Fallout 3 when this trailer came out. During my time in Washington DC I went to The Citidel where all the B.O.S are at and I found something related to Fallout 76 if you go in the building where there there's a big conference table if you go to your right you will find a bunch of scribes and two terminals. One of them is a Vault-Tec terminal and if you go on it you will find a list of vaults and the first on is Vault 76 and if you click on it you can see the goal of the vault and it was to release the vault dwellers after 20 years when the bombs dropped and they let them out to do research. So my question is. Was this planned or not? Give me your opinions on this.
Jaime Moyano I mentionned only Fallout's 3 and NV. I googled it up and it seems Fallout 1 throught Fallout NV was Ron Perlman in the intro voice, so you're off my friend. Fallout 4 isn't the same tough, so they really went back to a winning choice in Fallout 76 ;)
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