A large number of things can happen five, ten, fifteen years down the line that makes Fallout 76 not last forever as an online game. This begs the question of the life of the game among several others. The plug has to be pulled off at some point.
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". Forever. I don't know how to give an answer other than that.
We are just over one week away from the launch of Fallout 76 but there is still one more round of beta tests to go. "Forever." He went on to compare Fallout 76 to World of Warcraft, an online-only game that has been up and running since it launched November 23, 2004, nearly 14 years at this point. How long has WoW been up now?
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Thus, having different varieties of game modes is much appreciated, and some of them may become even more popular than the core gameplay.
There is a lot of merit to what Hines is saying. Under the threat of nuclear annihilation, you'll experience the largest, most dynamic world ever created in the legendary Fallout universe. The Xbox One X features 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray, 4K video streaming, and premium audio. Marketing tactic or not, it is nice of Bethesda to be so optimistic.
He continued: "It's absolutely something all of our studios have been involved in and looked at and thought about as we talk about what we do going forward", Hines said. "But ... this is a massive franchise and a massive undertaking, and our commitment to it is it is never-ending, and that it continues on an ongoing basis". "But I assure you it is not on our radar right now as we focus on B.E.T.A. and Launch".
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