Fallout 76 may have survival elements, but it's not going to be a survival game.
Pete Hines also reassures fans that single-player games are "part of who we are".
Todd Howard says keeping development internal is "always better", but praises Obsidian for Fallout: New Vegas.
Todd Howard also gives assurances that Fallout 5 will be a single player game.
Bethesda is doing something unique with the franchise and that itself deserves praise.
A pre-E3 reveal was always on the cards to avoid the "55,000-ton gorilla" of Fallout 76.
Pete Hines says Fallout 76 will have a fluid, player-made factions system.
Both Bethesda games and online titles are famous for how solid launch periods are, right?
Bethesda talks about the necessity of scaling up to keep up with game development, and its own ambitions.
"We shouldn't be afraid," says director Todd Howard, when it comes to developing a multiplayer game.
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Bethesda's Todd Howard would "love to see it happen" but mods aren't on the agenda.
Todd Howard explains how Bethesda plans to prevent griefing in Fallout 76.
Servers will allow for solo play, private parties, and mods.
Todd Howard speaks about the future of the Fallout franchise.
Todd Howard says Sony hasn't been "as helpful as everyone would like."
The Elder Scrolls and Fallout director doesn't like to play it safe.
That's a lot of country roads.
No griefing in the wasteland.
Take me home, country roads...