In the "Making of Fallout 76" documentary, it was revealed that Bethesda plans to make all of Fallout 76's DLC free by funding it via micro-transactions.
Bethesda introduced The Creation Club, which charges fairly high prices for unique in game items in both Skyrim and Fallout 4. Perhaps this will be utilised in Fallout 76.
$10 for molerat armor.
Pretty good trade off imo
People disagree, but I don't. It's cosmetic stuff. As long as the prices are reasonable, I see nothing wrong. It's first person, I can't even see my cosmetic stuff lol.
Yep. They also said purchasable items can all be earned in game. Definitely a good trade off for long term support and dlc.
Yeah i dont see how free DLC is bad news, youll get it even if u never buy a cosmetic item lol
truth is, they are cashgrabbing and lying about their intentions. to make dlc profitable, a studio has to develop it right away, cut it out of the game and then charge extra for it. i am not interested in their happy blueskies pseudo apocalyptic franchise anyway. but their audacity is pushig me away additionally.
They don't have to make it right away or cut it out. All they need to do is put the hooks in place to add it later. Same principle as a browser plug-in.
And yet AND YET the moronic majority will still complain
Yeah see comment above yours. Whiners...
Ouch, the news for Fallout 76 just keeps getting worse.
I support this approach 100%. You don't have to buy the cosmetic items if they don't appeal to you, yet the community at large can all experience the fullness of the game and it keeps the community together.
Ah, modding is dead with this Fallout
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