Bethesda should just focus on listening to Fallout fans. I do not think they would not do anything of that sort to people at all.
In my opinion who needs them, all we need is a nude hack, and sex animations hack, and we just need to link all the Fallout games using the same engines together at some point and allow for server jumping with all the quests open or able to be on all the time or have a clock to reset.
Bethesda should just somehow rehash the content they have and make it like PSO or death stranding somehow.
Good, hopefully it means they'll start completing their games themselves instead of relying on modding communities to do it. The threat of microtransactions up the arse is a tad hard to shake off, though
I love how a lot of people on various sites and forums seem to be terrified that this might mean stuff like more cashgrab DLC and the like... I mean... Are we talking about the same Bethesda and Zenimax?
For some absolutely bizarre reasons people seem to think that Bethesda were like the 'good guys' of the video game industry, which boggles my mind on so many levels.
Quick reminder - Bethesda basically started and popularised the whole garbage-tier DLC stuff. Remember Oblivion? Remember the infamous Horse Armour? Remember Imperial Orrery - one of the first DLC ever made of content cut before release? Bethesda popularised this kind of crap. We are talking about the same Bethesda responsible for Fallout 76. Mountains of never-fixed gamebreaking bugs in pretty much all of their games? The same Zenimax that tried to sneakily force Denuvo onto Doom games.
If this whole deal is because Zenimax started doing poorly and needed to be absorbed by other company to stay afloat - they did it to themselves.
Unless you're an investor type, I don't see why it would. Do Microsoft even have a good track record with this kind of thing? It's a power play. I doubt it'll have much positive influence when it comes to the consumer.
Well, as I stated in the post we could get less greedy tactics with Bethesda. Since Microsoft is more open with its IPs and software and less forceful with Microtransactions. Heck, they still let other platforms enjoy Minecraft even though they own it. And ZeniMax isn't going to make any money-hungry calls anymore.
Plus, another thing I should have added. Is this might lead to better quality Bethesda Studio games (Elder Scrolls and Fallout developers). Meaning there could be less glitchy moments in their games (And less mutant cows magically being in buildings and on roofs).
Hmm, isn't that rather unfair to the developer? Wolfenstein was developed by MachineGames, DOOM by id Software and Dishonored by Arkane Studios to name a few, you should praise them because they did all the work.
I do, that's why I said I like the "Publisher Bethesda". As in when they bring in great games from other people, like Id, and Arkane, and the rest.
As in I meant the other studios apart of the company.
Because I like Bethesda when they publish games like Wolfenstein and DOOM, and the developer who make those games. but I'm not too happy about Fallout or Elder scrolls. Due to Bethesda's personal game studio being kind of a joke. What with all the constant glitching left and right, and game-breaking bugs.