Fallout 76 at launch or anytime since, you’ve probably noticed how empty the game is. For the first time ever, this iconic series has excluded NPCs from the game. Bethesda wanted to focus more on online multiplayer, where players would be chatting with friends and strangers.
It’s no surprise, then, that Fallout 76 has been received with mixed reviews. Not having an NPC to interact with can make the game feel like a lonely experience. This is especially true if you are like many people who want to play video games alone. Fortunately, Bethesda has pivoted with their Wastelanders update. This finally brings the NPCs to the game. Gameplay Of Fallout 76â€™s Wastelanders Update Was Just Shown At PAX East By Bethesda
The gameplay trailer starts right away with human interaction. Alas, there are actually humans with whom you can engage in meaningful conversation. It is a force that Bethesda has relied on for years. Their games always make you explore and search for NPCs to learn more about their stories. It’s great to see this design come back here in Fallout 76.
The dialogue trees shown in the first minutes already seem in depth. They should have
to provide more details on the current situation and to motivate you to help various NPCs in this game. Before, you were only moving around these lands of West Virginia without concern for the world. Now you can appreciate the character’s development and emotion.
The narrators of the trailer also mention that there will be many characters specific to the quest. They were incorporated throughout the desert. No matter where you go, a meaningful quest to