Fallout 4 Gameplay Leak: Weapons, Framerate Dips, Dialogue, Map Is Skyrim In Scale, And More

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Numerous players have already gotten their hands on Fallout 4 despite the game?s release date being far-away, and this has inadvertently resulted to tons of gameplay screenshots of the game being leaked. It seems that these players can?t contain their excitement as they have now divulged their impressions and what we can expect for the game.

Fallout 4 Gameplay Leak

From the scale of the map to the game?s dialogue and story, players who got their hands on the game early discussed their impressions in full. All of these statements below are unofficial so take these details with a grain of salt. Here is what they said according to Geekly News Gazette:

Weapons: A player has said that he/she has encountered 12-15 of the basic weapons and each of them has 25-30 unique pieces that can be used for customization.

Graphics: While the graphics doesn?t look groundbreaking, it has been improved from what was shown in E3 2015 and the official screenshots.

Framerate: The framerate stutters once in a while, however, there are a lot of things that are displayed on the screen compared to Fallout 3.

Map Size: The map size seems small when viewed using pip-boy, however, it looks and feels massive when explored on your own. It even seems to match the map size of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Story: The narrative starts a bit slow, but it eventually picks up steam.

Loading Screens: Most small buildings do not force loading screens to appear, however, large buildings force-up short loading screens.

Settlements: Red workshop tables can be found throughout the game and some of them can be seen on empty settlements which you can build-on from the ground. Settlements who already have occupants requires players to gain their trust first.

Dialogue: Don?t expect to talk your way out of all battles. The player was only able to talk his way out in a couple of missions in the game. There is no visible karma system as well as no indicator on your character?s reputation.

NPCs: Don?t expect NPCs to have the same appearance. ?Even generic NPCs like raiders will look completely different from one another,? Geekly News Gazette wrote.

Fallout 4 will be released on November 10, 2015 for the PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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