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Publishers regularly cut deals with console manufacturers to release DLC on their platform before a competitors. However, Bethesda won't be doing the same with Fallout 4.
With Fallout 4 set to launch in just a couple of months, itís time for vault-dwellers to start thinking about the type of wasteland survivor they aim to be. To do that, youíll need to level up. Luckily for you, Fallout 4ís leveling system is comprehensive, but easier to understand than in previous games.
Fallout 4 will once again use the S.P.E.C.I.A.L. attribute system for characters. Today Bethesda released an animated video that shows the importance of the first character stat, Strength.
Fallout fans will finally get their hands on Fallout 4 in November. However, Bethesda says that they plan to keep adding to the post-apocalyptic RPG well after its initial launch.
Bethesda managed to keep Fallout 4's development under wraps for years. PR man Pete Hines revealed in a new interview that the secrecy required less effort than you'd think.
This fall Bethesda plans to release a Fallout 4 art book. As a preview of the book, they've released four pieces of art from the post-apocalyptic RPG's development.
Bethesda has an official Vault Boy profile on Tinder, the online dating service. The profile has garnered quite a bit of attention for being on the popular dating service and has actually led to a lot of people attempting to find out if it's real. Yes, it's real.
Bethesda waited until June to even confirm that Fallout 4 existed. In a new interview, the developer explained why they waited so long to announce the post-apocalyptic RPG.
Fallout Shelter, the mobile game set in the same world as Fallout 4, is no longer exclusive to iOS. Starting today, Android users can download and play it as well.
If you're hoping to spend countless hours playing Fallout 4, Bethesda has some good news for you. They confirmed today over Twitter that you can keep playing beyond the ending of the campaign:
The last we heard about mods coming to the home consoles was that Todd Howard and crew had already inked a deal with Microsoft for the Xbox One to get Fallout 4 mods, and they were working on getting things sorted with Sony and the PS4. According to the latest interview with game director Todd Howard, they may have already inked that deal with Sony.
The modding community that stands under Bethesda's titles and pumps out some of the most crazy, weird, fun and unique modifications for games like Skyrim and Fallout are already hard at work on the upcoming Fallout 4 even though the game is still quite a few months out from release.
As part of Microsoft's new backwards compatibility initiative, the company teamed up with Bethesda Softworks to allow Fallout 3 for the Xbox 360 to be playable on the Xbox One when the feature goes live this fall.
Fallout 4 will do something different from the other games in the series by giving the player-character a voice. Following this revelation the voice actors themselves have been revealed for Bethesda's upcoming title.
Bethesda announced at E3 that PC mods for Fallout 4 will be playable on the Xbox One as well. In a follow-up interview, director Todd Howard says that the PS4 version could support mods as well.