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Fallout 76: Wastelanders - PlayStation 4
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- New Main Quest: Uncover the secrets of West Virginia by playing through an all-new main quest, starting from the moment you leave Vault 76.
- Human NPCs: Befriend or betray new neighbors who have come to rebuild, and experience Appalachia through the eyes of its residents.
- New Creatures and Gear: Take down newly mutated creatures finding their way to the region and earn the highest tier of weapons and armor.
- Choices and Reputation: Alter the fates of those you meet with dialogue trees. Decisions affect your standing with each faction through an all-new reputation system.
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In Fallout 76: Wastelanders, people are now coming back to West Virginia. Two vying factions are struggling to gain the upper hand as the secrets of West Virginia are revealed. The Settlers have come to find a new home, and the Raiders have come to exploit them. Embark on a new quest for the Overseer, forge alliances with competing factions, and uncover the truth of what's hidden in the mountains. Includes the full game and bonus Raider & Settler in-game items.
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Beautiful graphics... what's that saying about polishing a turd?
It only said needed online, not a paid subscription.
I found out, after downloading a 50 GB update... yes a 50 GB update is needed before starting, not sure what the disk even had... then the final nail you need a paid subscription to even start.
So keep that in mind before you buy.
Its sitting on a shelf for now.
Exec: How can we use Fallout to take advantage of this micro-transaction trend?
Other Exec: I know, let's create an online only world where we include things that players can buy...
Exec: Great...green light it, who cares if it's any good.
I am going to give it a little longer, I am only level 4, but it is incredibly boring so far and I HATE having to worry constantly about eating and drinking. It's basically a wasteland survival sim...but boring and tedious.
I have LOVED every single Fallout ever, but thus far I cannot get behind this one.
Key complaints with responses.
1) Buggy. Yes. It has bugs. They can be annoying. They'll hopefully get fixed quickly.
2) Nothing to do. Simply put, I don't know what they're talking about. The map is huge, the quest list is long. Yes dialogue is voiced from tapes instead of NPCs, not the end of the world. But it doesn't mean there is nothing to do.
3) Lack of ammo. Blatantly untrue. If you can't find ammo, it's because you're not looking or killing anything. I am literally forgoing picking up ammo at this point I have so much. Maybe with fully automatic weapons you might have an issue. But with using a hunting rifle, I'm getting .308 ammo faster than I'm using it. And melee weapons are some of the most powerful in the early game anyway. It's a bit ridiculous.
4) Microtransactions. Yeah they exist but they do not affect the game play at all. AT ALL. They're skins on items, emotes, and clothing. I'm actually sitting on almost 800 Atoms right now wishing they'd add more stuff because I want something else to buy. Not entirely impressed with what they have now.
My friends and I are having a blast in the game. And we feel like there is so much potential for post launch.