Fallout 4: What We Don’t Want to See
What should Bethesda avoid? It’s a tough choice.
Bethesda Softworks’ Fallout 4 hasn’t been officially confirmed though it has most definitely been leaked through a casting call sheet in the past few months. We’ve been talking about what we want to see from the game for a while now. But what about what we don’t want to see?
It’s a given that we want Fallout 4 to be properly tested for bugs and glitches. Fallout 3 was rife with the same and it annoyed us to no end. But a proper feature that just needs the boot? That’s a tough choice.
It would be a long shot but if Bethesda could implement something other than the VATS system for combat this time around, it would be interesting. VATS allowed you to spend action points to target specific body parts on enemies, and could help in pulling off some of the best slow-mo shots you’ll ever see in games.
It’s overplayed at this point though and we’d like something unique and new that we could fall in love with, just like we did with VATS. It could also help if Bethesda didn’t try too hard to ape Skyrim’s features. Crafting is fun but it’s very easy to break the game early on with it.
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