With post-apocalyptic games being such a popular genre, there are bound to be a few bad ones here and there. Here are 15 such underwhelming games.
Players will head to a city built on the remains of post-nuclear Pittsburgh, and cross paths with vicious Raiders, monstrous Trogs, and more.
The support studio has been working with Bethesda Game Studios on the MMO for two years, providing 3D art and contributing to seasons.
Double Eleven confirms it's working with Bethesda on "on a host of exciting new content" for Fallout 76 that will launch later this year.
"We've got a lot of fun, cool stuff that I can't wait to tell people about. Stuff that's beyond this year," says design director Mark Tucker.
The online RPG's newest update also brings a new Scoreboard, improvements to Fallout Worlds, and much more.
Bethesda has provided a brief overview of what to expect from its online RPG over the coming months- and it seems there's plenty to look forward to.
Some open world titles are chock-full of fun, exciting things to do. However, these games were either too dull or insultingly bad with their worlds.
Todd Howard says single player experiences are a core part of the studio's DNA, but they could still utilize multiplayer and social ideas in games in the future.
Here are 15 games from the last 15 years that garnered huge hype and excitement pre-release but ultimately failed to deliver on those expectations.
Multiple titles will come to the streaming service this month, including Naughty Dog's latest critically-acclaimed action title.
It's always great to see games respond to constructive criticism in the right fashion, and these ten did just that.
Visit curated worlds with their own unique settings or join Fallout 1st and create your own Custom Worlds for up to eight players.
id Software also celebrates the 25th anniversary of Quake while the Fallout 76 team offers an in-depth look at Fallout Worlds.
Creating a compelling open world can be challenging. Here are 15 games that show a huge amount of potential but falter in one way or another.
Some games are just bad but others seemingly exist for no other purpose than to wring cash from players. Check out 15 such cases here.
Fallout 1st subscribers will have much more control over their own worlds, from C.A.M.P. settings and weather to infinite ammo and AP.
Mark Tucker talks about the game's updates after one of the most troubled launches in history, how the game has improved, and is winning fans back.
Fallout 76: Expeditions - The Pitt will finally allow players to explore new areas outside of the Appalachia at no additional cost.
Fallout 76: Steel Reign aims to bring a conclusion to the Brotherhood of Steel questline, which began all the way back in Steel Dawn.