Fallout New Vegas Director Sees Himself Making Another Fallout Game

Josh Sawyer, the director of Fallout: New Vegas, has said that he could see himself making another Fallout game as he loves the franchise.

DOMination-552d ago

Josh has a very impressive CV.

With Bethesda and Obsidian now under the same roof so to speak, it's certainly a possibility that he could either help with FO5 or work on another separate title.

Duke19552d ago

Oh man I would kill for another game like FO:NV. Hell this is one I’d gladly pay for a serious remake of period

EazyC552d ago

It's amazing how Fallout: New Vegas, despite being a buggy, ugly game, is still an absolute marvel of game making. I think it made me truly realise how insignificant graphics are when it comes to making something truly special.

Having said that....if he was at the helm of a Fallout game with next gen graphics, I have no doubt it would be mind-blowing.

-Foxtrot551d ago

I can get away with the bugs considering they were given limit funds and development time while using assists from Fallout 3 Bethesda had done (which was also buggy)

Let them do a Fallout game with a bigger budget and development cycle and it could be perfect

EazyC550d ago

I have no doubt. Doesn't even have to be a Fallout game. Just a "proper" first person RPG, nothing has even come close to Fallout: New Vegas in that world, and I think it's simply due to JE Sawyer's creative philosophy.

shinoff2183551d ago

As an older gamer I still go back and play nes and snes games. Graphics never matter to me.

EazyC550d ago

For sure, I'm the same way!

They do help immerse oneself in a world though. I was playing RDR 2 recently and there is a real sensation of "dawn awakening" watching the sun come up, something I don't think I've experienced in a videogame before. So I think we can have the best of both worlds.

MrVux000552d ago

That is certainly a reassuring news for the Fallout fans.

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Games That Were Bad on Release, But Are Now Great

BLG writes, "Some of the most popular games have had a rough start, with some of them being downright unplayable.

Despite that, developers have managed to turn it around for them and make their game worth playing. Here are some games that had a rough start but were pretty great."

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Terry_B20d ago

Good list..hoped to see Street Fighter 5 there..and it is.

Vits20d ago (Edited 20d ago )

Sea of Thieves... I'm not disagreeing that the game has improved in terms of content. But I feel that the most significant change between now and its release is actually the public perception. Nowadays, most people are aware that the game is a multiplayer PvP-focused experience first and foremost, and not "Black Flag made by Rare". Consequently, people dismissing the whole experience because the single-player aspect is lacking or the story is plain are much less common.

darthv7220d ago

Several years ago, i submitted an idea to Rare that would change up the mechanics of battling opponents in the game. whereby if you died in battle, you turned into a skeleton warrior and had to fight your way back to the land of the living. It was an interesting twist on respawning and would allow the player to experience both sides of a battle.

I keep hoping to see something like that get added to the game.

Kaii20d ago

They consider FO 76 & ME Andromeda to be great now 🤭

anast20d ago

Every game in the last 2 decades...


It's sad that this quick retort is more often than not true... The industry's acceptance of release and patch has gone too far.

gunnerforlife19d ago

Days gone! By the end of the game I couldn't drop it down! I went around so many hours killing zombies! It was addictive by the end.

S2Killinit19d ago

That game was just plain good game. It didnt improve, it was just good.

gunnerforlife19d ago

I don't know, I got it abit late, and struggled for a few days, and then all of a sudden it just got good!!