Thursday, February 20, 2014
Fallout 4.Not for a long time!!!
My helper want them to make this game for the PS4! It look like not for a long time,they are into Skyrim .Now!!! I'm for a new Skyrim game without any loading every time you came to a door and have to go into a house or a cave or anywhere you found a doorway! As you guy know I hate loading it happen at most imported time of the game. For example it ruin a good screen video in the AC game. Or you are playing Halo and it ruin a good battlefield time where it load and than I got kill.I just hate loading time it interrupts the enjoyment of the game play,many time it ruin the whole game for you.Now they can handle this in two ways,one is when they are programing the video they can make sure the loading is done while you are playing the game,its done in the background,they can do this in every game but they don't this is old tect people this is how they are handling the load in Castlevania Lords of Shadow 2 and this is a PS3/xbox360. I expect to see no loading while you are playing the game. Or they can put more memory into the gaming system enough to handle the whole game. Right now they put about 8 GB but not all that is for playing game with,some of it is used for non gaming stuff.Why can't they used it all for playing games and than if you want to watch you tube or red box than have the memory space for that.I better stop! They are working on Skyrim first and than maybe Fallout but only after they release Skyrim and fix the bugs.But no loading at every door way PLEASE NO MORE!!!!!!!!!!!
Fallout fans might want to get comfortable. Bethesda Game Studios director Todd Howard has said that the company does not plan to announce its next big game for "a while."
"We don't [have a timeframe for our next game announcement]," Howard told RockPaperShotgun. "But I think it's gonna be a while."Howard said curiosity from fans about what Bethesda might make next comes as no surprise.
"We've gotten fairly used to all the questions and curiosity over the years," Howard said. "Everyone wants information. Right now, we're just trying to figure out which of our ideas are going to stick and finding an appropriate time to talk about it."
The Fallout 4 rumor floodgates truly opened in December, when sources revealed that the still-unannounced game would be set in Boston. Howard "clammed up" when asked about this report, RPS says.
Finally, Howard was more open to discussing his vision for the future of PC gaming, an area where he said he sees great potential for growth."PC is resurgent," Howard said. "Skyrim did better than we've ever done on PC by a large, large number. And that's where the mods are. That feeds the game for a long time. And it's exciting that the new consoles [Xbox One and PlayStation 4] are very PC-like. That opens up avenues for us going forward to do things that we've wanted to do in the past. There are kind of random ideas we're working on right now, and it's like, 'Wow, I think there's potential here to do some really cool stuff.'"
The most recent Fallout title was 2010's Fallout: New Vegas, which was developed by Obsidian Entertainment and set in a postapocalyptic Las Vegas.
Its predecessor, Fallout 3, was developed by Bethesda Game Studios and took place in Washington DC and the surrounding area. Bethesda Game Studios, which also developed The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim, moved onto a new project in April 2013.Bethesda also recently trademarked Starfield and Soulburst, as well as Void Engine, none of which have been officially announced to date.