How broken is Fallout 76

Whole as whole, but more broken than broken

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  1. Whole as whole, but more broken than broken

    Author: Sharra 09.04.19 - 15:50

    While the items now even reach 150%, and would therefore be better than brand new, Bethesda is now making it even worse after a catastrophic launch.
    Sorry, but how stupid do you have to be at Zenimax?
    It certainly didn't grow on the crap of the developers, but rather at the "we need more $$$$$$$$ meeting" at Zenimax. FO76 was only created for this one reason, because Zenimax finally wanted to have a micropayment title. It never really worked with FO4.

  2. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: Zazu42 09.04.19 - 16:02

    > after a disastrous launch, now worse

    You can't brake what's broken.

    Ne Seriously here is only trying to get some money out of those who like the game. The game has already been abandoned.

  3. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: frankenwagen 09.04.19 - 17:49

    After the game was available from most key resellers for less than 10 euros less than 3 weeks after its release, they probably don't see any other chance to make any money with it.

    Well what the heck. Bought it for 9 euros a few weeks after the release and now that the worst bugs are at least halfway out, it's nice for a bit of casual gaming with friends. Bit inanimate and compared to previous titles few or too generic quests ... but exploring the world is fun ... at least now at level 30.

  4. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: chick 09.04.19 - 18:16

    Zazu42 wrote:
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    > You can't brake what's broken.
    break.

  5. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: motzerator 09.04.19 - 18:45

    Zazu42 wrote:
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    > Ne Seriously here is only tried from those who like the game
    > get some more money out. The game has already been abandoned.

    Still, this is terribly bad marketing. Who should this one
    Ever trust company again?

    Who should ever come back after such broken promises?
    invest relevant amounts of money in their products?

  6. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: Anonymous user 09.04.19 - 19:06

    motzerator wrote:
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    > Who should ever come back after such broken promises?
    > invest relevant amounts of money in their products?
    Don't worry, enough players will suppress the whole thing again.

  7. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: MrManson 09.04.19 - 21:32

    I don't understand the excitement =? Thanks to a perk card, I can repair my weapons or armor to 200% of the original condition.

    So there is no real advantage over other players when you buy it

  8. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: frankenwagen 09.04.19 - 21:47

    I think the excitement is not that you can get guns to 150%, but that you can buy it for money. You earned the perk cards and did not buy them.

    This is just a classic pay-to-win element and the fear is that it will continue in the same direction. Then at some point you only need a lot of money to have a powerful character in the game ... and you don't have to earn it. The way it works in all of these freemium mobile games.

  9. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: Anonymous user 09.04.19 - 23:20

    MrManson wrote:
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    > I don't understand the excitement =? Thanks to a perk card, I can mine
    > Repair weapons or my armor to 200% of the original condition.
    >
    > So there is no real advantage over other players if
    > you buy it
    Let pay to win explain to you again. Doesn't mean that no one can't work out the advantage somehow.

  10. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: Hotohori 10.04.19 - 05:30

    nixidee wrote:
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    > MrManson wrote:
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    >> I don't understand the excitement =? Thanks to a perk card, I can mine
    >> Repair weapons or my armor to 200% of the original condition.
    > >
    >> So there is no real advantage over other players
    > if
    >> you buy it
    > Let pay to win be explained to you again. Doesn't mean that none of the benefits
    > Can't work out somehow.

    The only difference is whether you can earn something yourself or whether you can only get something in the shop. The former can also be seen as Pay2Win, but it's not so bad, the latter, on the other hand, is what I really mean by Pay2Win.

    Although I think the item is half as wild now. You spend money to take a piece of the long-term fun for yourself, because instead of just playing and having to collect it for repairs as gameplay, you take out a game element that can occupy you and thus you come in the end on less playing time but paid more. And that is the reason why I would never spend a cent on such an item, because it makes the game even flatter.

  11. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: quineloe 10.04.19 - 11:45

    In the earlier Fallouts, the weapons also got worse when the condition fell well below 100%.

    How about 200% weapons? do they do more damage than 100% weapons or do you only have a very long buffer until the damage goes down?

  12. Re: Whole as whole, but broken as broken

    Author: MrManson 10.04.19 - 13:23

    quineloe wrote:
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    > In the earlier Fallouts, the weapons got worse when the
    > State has fallen well below 100%.
    >
    > What about 200% weapons? do the more damage than 100% weapons or
    > do you only have a very long buffer until the damage goes down?

    Only the melee weapons (with the exception of "Groknak's ax; it cannot be repaired more than 200%) do a little more damage, which then sinks again the more the weapon wears out.

    It's the same with armor

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