Adam from GamesReviews takes a look at Fallout 76 a few months after launch? Has it improved?
No, it's actually worst then the reviews have been saying.... LoL
A "rent it" score means the game sucks to me. Why would I rent something just to cancel out every thing I had gained? It's a bit different than an SP title where experience ends after some time (for most games, I still play Bloodborne), but renting an mmo would be silly. Maybe try a demo, but rent it?
even with some of its faults, it's a still fun game to play... it's not the dumpster fire the gaming community tried to convince everyone into believing, there's a lot of fun to be had if you're a fan of fallout 4's build... its 2 months later and i still play this at least 3-4 nights a week... griefing is non-existent, and it's fun with friends, or new friends you meet while exploring :)...
I'm having fun with it too. I just wish I didn't want to hoard everything. Once I learn to let go and not keep everything I pick up I think I'll have even more fun with it. I can't make up where to put my camp either.. I'm level 22 and I keep using the Overseer's camp. : )
In the early stages put it near water and set up a couple of purifiers, I found that a big help, there are a few good spots around Flatwood.
Once you get past about level 30 and get your perks really working for you the game opens up significantly, I haven't had any negative experiences with griefers and pests either, on the rare occasion that I have run into other players they've either ignored me or the interaction has been positive.
Thanks for the info...
still advertizing this ToaS? wow...
Fallout 76 isn’t as different from its predecessors as some would have you believe. Many of its systems and core gameplay make a return, albeit with a few tweaks, and not without the Fallout
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