Fallout 4 has been out for three weeks and during that time we’ve seen a number of new and important details emerge for those playing and those thinking about buying it. Now that we’ve hit this three week milestone, we want to take a look at some things to know about Fallout 4 for Xbox One, PS4, and PC at the three week mark.
On November 10th, after years of development, Bethesda released Fallout 4 for Xbox One, PS4 and PC. As expected, the open-world game received critical acclaim and gamers around the world have invested hours upon hours of their time into the developer’s massive world.
Fallout 4 is out on shelves but that hasn’t stopped new details from flowing. The past three weeks, like the months before its release, have been filled with new developments including details about the first Fallout 4 patch for PC, Xbox One and PS4.
We’ve also spotted new Fallout 4 deals, spent more time with the Pip Boy, and learned some new details about the elusive Fallout Nuka Cola stock.
Today we want to take a look at the latest Fallout 4 news and fill you in on the current status of the game, the first patch, and some other interesting details that you’ll want to take note of as we enter the month of December.
Is Fallout 4 Worth Buying?
I've been playing Fallout 4 for almost a month now and I've been fortunate enough to invest nearly 50 hours into the game. The game isn't perfect, and it can be time consuming, but overall I've enjoyed my time in Bethesda's world and I think it's worth $60. Easy.
I'm not going to get into an in-depth analysis here. Instead, I'll run down a short list of pros and cons to consider before buying the game.
1. Beautiful world with lots to see and do
2. Interesting quests
3. Excellent crafting system (weapons, armor, settlements)
4. Difficult choices make a big impact on the story
1. Tons of problems
If you're the type of person that can only commit a few hours a week to a game, I'm not sure if Fallout 4 is the right game for you. This isn't a game that's easy to pick up and play. If you're looking for a game like that, I suggest spending your money on Just Cause 3, Star Wars Battlefront or a sports game like FIFA 16.
This game has eaten up nearly 50 hours of my time and I've barely touched the main quest. I just now made it to Diamond City, the biggest city in the game and the home to many of the game's quests. My guess is that I'll probably put in 400+ hours into the game before I'm satisfied. I'm fine with that. You might not be.