Sounds pretty happy from my Point of view, it should've been single player from the start but people are stupid
I remember the hype for it, simpler times.
Tell me when he's done, I might give it a try next.
Two days ago I hesitated reinstalling either: - The Witcher 3 (but I remember it's super long and a I don't play a lot anymore I easily forget the commands on the joypad) - Fallout New Vegas (but the only side I never played is Caesar's legion and I don't want to play with such crazy and high on drugs faction), or - Skyrim (but I saw there's a new advanced edition and I didn't want to pay more) I just updated, closed Steam and turned off the computer. #adulthoodissues
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lone survivor all over again, eh?
Wait until he finds out it's still just the last 3 fallout games, but worse.
I just wanted to play in a world like that of Fallout 3, NV, 4, but together with a couple of friends. F76 doesn't seem that great for doing that. There are multiplayer mods for NV and 4, but since they're mods, there are a lot of issues and bugs, and also the world itself is not made to accommodate multiple players... Same with Skyrim. This is what many of us wanted, and instead we got Fallout 76 and ESO, which promptly ignored most of what made the single-player games fun...
Played Fallout games forever and still do but never touched this one luckily. It looked very fishy to me from the start for two main reasons: all the reused assets from FO4 everywhere & no NPC's at launch. i.e. "We had some other people slap a new world space together with stuff you already know and made it multiplayer. That's it. So fuck you."
woot? abandonware? why?