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Discussion in 'NMA News and Information' started by Kilus, Oct 31, 2015.
Are you sure about that? That game was a boring singleplayer mmo with forced dialogue and flashy mmo armors/weapons but at least its visuals were ten times better. Im sure once the pc version of f4 comes out we can compare the two games better but Im still sure DAI will be better at visuals.
Also is it me or does F4 looks a bit too clean? Previous two games had a lot of clutter and not so useful items around to make the games look more alive, maybe they removed some of those for better performance on consoles.
Or maybe it's like FO3 and Skyrim where things in the middle distance look decent-to-good but up close and in the distance they look like in the previous screens. Noticed how in these screens you can't see really far?
If anyone knows spanish, here's a spanish forum where one guy got to play Fallout 4 and he's answering questions about the game: http://www.elotrolado.net/hilo_fallout-4-10-de-noviembre_1953109_s2250
This is interesting:
Difficulty levels: Very easy, easy, normal, difficult, very difficult and survival. What changes is the amount of damage that they can do and resist, at the same time, there's a higher change for legendary enemies to appear. These anemies have a star next to their names and are much tougher than the rest of their kind and they have a chance to drop legendary items (also with a star next to their names) that have "unique" properties, ex: a laser rifle with a 15% hcance to deal a critical hit and to fill the AP bar to deal a critical.
WTF?! When did this become Borderlands?! Oh... Right because that game was popular and we need to keep adding and ripping off more needless crap in order to pander and please everyone. Expect for those that care about lore and story.
Well, i didn't like this, random drops? Whaa
Funnily enough the first one look really bad to me instead. The weird "plastic" look of some elements, the flat lighting and lack of AO makes the scene weird and unnatural looking. The second one, while technically nothing to write home about, looks much more natural.
Ahahah, oh wow! I made peace with the fact that Fallout will never be an RPG again, but this leeching of features from what's successful, just wow. Where's my Dubstep Gun and Plasmids?
Legendary Enemies drop unique weapons? How is it hard difficulty if the game gives you a chance to get good weapons early in the game, assuming they'll appear early.
I don't get this part. Does this mean weapons also have a chance to deal critical damage when the critical bar isn't filled up?
Might as well add vehicles, multiplayer, and micro-transactions. Calling it now for Fallout 5.
Fallout 4. Now with 87 bazillion weapons!
Don't forget the workshop mods that you need to buy.
Game doesn't look amazing from what I saw, I think the only major improvement I see here is the skybox is now not just a filter. hoooooraay?
All that's missing is a green tint yo.
They may try paid mods again with bethesda.net or some kind of monthly subscription to download and play mods.
The SS put it there
Browsing Reddit, I've seen a lot of speculation about Survivial difficulty. That name to me is quite misleading, unfortunately it has NOTHING to do with New Vegas Hardcore mode, so eating and drinking are still not "mandatory". But that said, they've removed the healing factor of waiting. Now you can only wait sitting on furniture (chairs problably) and it DOESN'T heal you. So you can only heal yourself by sleeping, going a doctor or taking stimpaks/food of course.
Oh my. What a big improvement that is from Fallout 3's "Very Hard" difficulty.
Looks like they just used the same mesh as the vault suit being worn on the player or an NPC. Didn't even bother to make a "deflated" vault suit for the skeleton.
That's obviously the menu screen.
Well, here are some other open-world games running on PS4. Compare these to those screenshots we have. I think the difference is pretty clear but you can judge for yourself I suppose.
Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain (1080p/60fps)
Horizon: Zero Dawn (1080p/30fps)
Final Fantasy XV (1080p/variable 30fps as of Episode Duscae demo)
The Witcher 3 (1080p/30fps)