The System of Fallout 4 Allows A Deep Level of Interactivity
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The Fallout series is not known for having the best graphics, and Fallout 4 will be no different. But Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines has pointed out E3 2015 why Fallout 4 stands out among other role-playing games - its deep level of interactivity.
He said no other RPG today allow players to interact with objects in the world in the way that Fallout does. The system that allows for this kind of interactivity, along with a new building system for Fallout 4, meant that Bethesda needed to dial things back in the graphics department.
"Everything that we do is a balance," Hines said. "We could make the best looking game possible, but we dial some of that back in order to allow for all of these other things.
"If you want to pick flowers and make potions all day, then that's what you're role-playing," he continued. "If you want to go shoot everybody in the head with a laser-musket, then that's what you're role-playing."
Fallout 4 looks set to be bigger than any other game in the series. According to the game's lead producer Jeff Gardiner, he's still finding new things in the Boston wastelands after spending 400 hours in the game. Compared with Fallout 3, Fallout 4's graphic effect is much closer to the real images.
Bethesda has confirmed the Fallout 4 release date as November 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Interested players can see more stories and images at Gamespot.