MTV Multiplayer interviews Pete Hines (thanks Ausir).<blockquote>graemepass @multiplayers Is it as combat focused as Anchorage? Because that’s not what I want. Hines: No. It is much more in line with some of the other stuff in “Fallout.” There are these two factions. There’s a story: the slavers vs. the slaves. And you have to figure out who you want to believe and who you want to help. Clearly, there’s combat involved, but there are multiple ways to go about doing things. You have to decide ultimately what you think is right, because there is no real right or wrong. DuhraL @multiplayers w/ the first DLC, they used a lot of the wasteland assets with a blue filter on top. Does the “Pitt” feel like a new city? Hines: I don’t think that’s actually entirely accurate, but you could probably answer that better than me. When you were in it did it feel different? To me it does. MTV Multiplayer: Yeah, the [Pittsburgh] bridge looks different. Hines: It’s much grittier, much more industrial. It feels like what you might think post-apocalyptic Pittsburgh would look like.</blockquote>GameSpot has a video interview, also with Pete Hines at DICE.