Fallout 4 was a fantastic game. It’s hard to believe that it’s already just over a year old, considering so many of us are still playing it every now and again.
We?re expecting Fallout 5 to be at least one or two years away. However, spin offs are likely to pop up pretty soon.
But even though Fallout 5 is clearly still far over the horizon, many fans have already started giving out recommendations to Bethesda about what should be done with the game! Its seems many just can?t wait for Fallout 5 (us included).
These are some of the most common recommendations that fans have been pitching for Bethesda?s Fallout 5. And these are also our top gameplay predictions to be added into Fallout 5.
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People are tired of repetitive remedial quests in the game. The biggest offender of all are the fetch quests in Fallout 4 and we agree with them.
The same repetitive nature of quest also stems towards certain enemies. People are tired of dealing with Feral ghouls and the like. But interesting enemies such as super mutants, giant ants, and rad roaches were great challenges for places. In a nutshell, Bethesda should shave the repetitive fat off of Fallout 5 and focus on more substantive content for both the quests and enemies.
Better AIs & Companions
Fallout 4 was a great game but it certainly didn?t have the best AI. And at times, the game?s AI?s were pretty weird, and really affected player?s immersion in the game. And that’s a pretty big deal in a role playing game.
One recurring complaint players have is how companions can turn violent quickly over simple errors. At the same time, these are the same companions that barely bat an eye when you accidentally shoot them every now and again.
Speaking of companions, we?re all hoping that Bethesda upgrade the companions further. Think of having companions that can grow along with you as you progress in the game. You could have an expert assassin with you, or pro-gun slingers. Think of all the fun possibilities.
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