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E3 2018: Fallout 76 looks to shake up the MMO genre

During E3 2018, Bethesda officially revealed that the next chapter in the Fallout universe would be their take on another massively multiplayer online roleplaying game. Fallout 76 could be a fresh MMO that brings a very unique angle to the genre.

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ocelot07100d ago

30 players = MMO these day huh.

Elwenil100d ago

Agreed, Fallout 76 is clearly NOT an MMO.

M0E100d ago (Edited 100d ago )

Pretty sure they said 12 players actually but I would be more than happy to be proven wrong tho
Edit: nvm it's actually 24 players per server

ocelot07100d ago

I would love to know how who ever wrote this thinks that a 24 player online game is a MMO.

porkChop100d ago

FFS it's not an MMO. People need to learn what MMOs actually are.

AcidDvl100d ago

MMO stands for Massively Multiplayer Online. FPS can be an MMO, like PlanetSide 2.

Fallout 76 won't be an MMO, because it will only feature dozens of players in a server. Not thousands, therefore, can't qualify as an MMO.

porkChop100d ago

Exactly. It needs to be "massively" multiplayer. People keep referring to games like Destiny, Division, etc., as MMOs when they really aren't.

Codewow100d ago

I don’t know what the definition of massive is for an MMO, but I’m certain it’s not sub-1000 players

Kabaneri100d ago (Edited 100d ago )

So excited to get killed and teabagged by a 12 year old when im trying to quest.