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2 hours ago, rushaboswal said:

Why does this feel like a case of "Over-promise , Under-Deliver"?

Hope Bethesda Softworks pull it off.

Play Fallout 4, it’s great.

Won’t recommend Skyrim now coz it’s dated.

 

But both run great on SX & part of GP.

 

 

After you play few hours you’ll realise how great this team is. 

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12 hours ago, rushaboswal said:

Why does this feel like a case of "Over-promise , Under-Deliver"?

Hope Bethesda Softworks pull it off.

Bethesda always delivered great but buggy rpg games. This will be no different. 

 

 

Only exception was 76 as they made into online service based game. 

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1 hour ago, rushaboswal said:

They have showed us a few things.

also this screenshot s now

what i mean is , it leaves upto hype and unlike cyberpunk its not a buggy launch 😇

Cyberpunk suffered more coz of last gen version. Starfield is nextgen only. 

 

Im playing Cyberpunk on PC and zero bugs so far.

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2 hours ago, rushaboswal said:

They have showed us a few things.

also this screenshot s now

what i mean is , it leaves upto hype and unlike cyberpunk its not a buggy launch 😇

Game of this scale is bound to have bugs ,however they should be minimum since its only xbox series consoles and PC verison.

 

Having no ps and crossgen means those resources can be used for polishing. 

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I hope they have good inventory management. 
 

Left Skyrim mostly because of that & have turned on a mod to disable capacity in FO4.

Having to let go trophies for such a stupid thing. 
 

 

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2 minutes ago, Heaven Angel said:

Give us some gameplay atleast.. it's releasing this year.

Bethesda always reveals the game just months early to release. 
 

Though yeah this ain’t really an establishment franchise like ES,FO or GTA to take that sort of gamble. 
 

It should have been handled differently.

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2 hours ago, AnK said:

Bethesda always reveals the game just months early to release. 

We don't even know what's the game is about. I have an impression that's it's like no man's sky. Release some info atleast, what's with all the discretion. 

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2 minutes ago, Heaven Angel said:

We don't even know what's the game is about. I have an impression that's it's like no man's sky. Release some info atleast, what's with all the discretion. 

I'm totally expecting it be like No Man's Sky, where you can visit different planets within a star system.. but with a good story, not some procedurally generated BS. 

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1 hour ago, Heaven Angel said:

We don't even know what's the game is about. I have an impression that's it's like no man's sky. Release some info atleast, what's with all the discretion. 

 

We have info:

 

One of the recent trailers breaks down the region of space known as the 'Settled Systems', a 50 light year radius around our own solar system where humanity has spread out. It's divided up between two major factions—the United Colonies and the Freestar Collective—who are at an uneasy peace after a recent war. It also touches on some of the other threats the player might face: "Ecliptic mercenaries, pirates of the Crimson Fleet, violent Spacers, or even the fanatical religious zealots of House Va'Ruun."

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3 hours ago, Vaibhavp said:

 

We have info:

 

One of the recent trailers breaks down the region of space known as the 'Settled Systems', a 50 light year radius around our own solar system where humanity has spread out. It's divided up between two major factions—the United Colonies and the Freestar Collective—who are at an uneasy peace after a recent war. It also touches on some of the other threats the player might face: "Ecliptic mercenaries, pirates of the Crimson Fleet, violent Spacers, or even the fanatical religious zealots of House Va'Ruun."

 

 

They could have named it, Fallout: final frontier. 

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