Microsoft has announced some more games coming to Xbox Game Pass - and it's a tidy list of titles. At E3, Microsoft announced Fallout 4, The Division and The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited would come to Microsoft's Netflix-style subscription service. Also coming in July are Warhammer: Vermintide 2, DiRT 4 and Zombie Army Trilogy.
Bethesda wants to bring more of its games to the Nintendo Switch—but Fallout 4 probably won't be among them. In a recent talk with GameReactor, Bethesda's Todd Howard revealed that Bethesda had a lot of "interest" in bringing more games to Switch. "Well, there's definitely interest [in bringing Fallout games to Switch]," Howard said. "It's ...]
Fallout 76 is going to offer an array of things to do, and that means the return of Bethesda’s radiant quest system. In addition to the handcrafted quests, you’ll also have an array of generated errands to go on as you make your way in the wastes so you never run out of stuff to do. Or settlements to help.
In previous Bethesda titles like Skyrim and Fallout 4, radiant quests have been goals distributed by certain NPCs, which give you simple tasks in exchange for straightforward rewards. That might be clearing out a bandit camp or, yes, helping another settlement, and while these objectives might get a hair repetitive they at least keep you supplied with things to do.
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Todd Howard tells German outlet - coming to us via - that will include both objectives in the radiant system as well as the hand-crafted missions we might hope for. 76’s multiplayer focus means that players will need an even bigger variety of repeatable content, so radiant quests will fill an important role there.
Get some more details on what we know about Fallout 76 below.
As we've known for awhileFallout 76 was right in front of us all along. At the very beginning of Fallout 4, right before nuclear war drives your character into Vault 111, a television program can be seen touting the debut of Vault 76 in honor of America's 300th anniversary. Redditors have been highlighting this tease recently, which is something IGN pointed to in our detailed history of Vault 76.