Lessons Learned from Skyrim's Issues will Help Fallout 4

"Skyrim's ambitious offering of possibilities made it a major success with players and critics, but also created a large number of technical issues across all platforms, particularly on the PlayStation 3. That's why the development team at Bethesda Game Studios have learned from past experiences and carefully refined their process to make the upcoming launch of Fallout 4 as smooth as possible."

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Silly Mammo1134d ago

That sounds good, but all of Bethesda's games have been buggy going back to Daggerfall. And alot of the same bugs keep showing up in every game (i.e. the corpse jittering in the water). So while I'd like to give Bethesda the benefit of the doubt, their history proves otherwise.

But as Principal Skinner once said "Prove me wrong, kids. Prove me wrong."

Summons751134d ago

While true, you do need to keep in mind that having a massive world that is completely open will have a lot of issues that are impossible to fix without causing 100 more problems and when you add in the fact that people are going to go out of their way to do things they shouldn't be able to, the unpredictability is tripled. You can only test so many possibilities in Q&A.

MysticStrummer1134d ago

Lessons learned from Skyrim's issues ensure all new issues in Fallout 4. Dev hints at DLC bugs