Our weekly round-up of news and views continues.
- 9 Oct 2015: How Intelligence Works In Fallout 4
- 8 Oct 2015: Fallout 4’s crazy ass PC specs
- 7 Oct 2015: Fallout Vault-Tec Sign and Fallout Memorabilia Every Fan Needs!
- 6 Oct 2015: Main Fallout 4 Characters Discussed by Devs in New Video
- 5 Oct 2015: Nielsen predicts the top-selling games of holiday 2015
- 4 Oct 2015: Fallout 4 Undergoing Polishing And Optimization, Game Is Finished From A Features Standpoint
- 3 Oct 2015: Xbox One ‘Fallout 4’ Bundle Coming This Year For $400
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9 Oct 2015: How Intelligence Works In Fallout 4
Bethesda’s silly stats video continues with the fifth one on Intelligence. A stat that most usually don’t give much mind to. Not only are these short videos fun, they are very much educational too. Good move, Bethesda!
8 Oct 2015: Fallout 4’s crazy ass PC specs
PC specs are here! Some are really not very happy with the 30 GB that the game will have to hog on, plus the amount of money one has to spend if they want to experience the game at its optimum.
Still looking for Fallout items and memorabilia? Here is something to make you even more green with envy. And I’d like to just add, that if your other half does this for you, he or she is definitely a keeper.
We don’t really have much information on the main characters of the game except that they will be voiced. In this video by Bethesda, the team behind Fallut 4 sat down to talk about development of the protagonists, how the decision to have them voiced came up, how they were able to make the motions and sounds as realistic as possible, and so much more.
And no, Fallout 4 is not at the top spot. Sorry to break this out to you, but according to the Nielsen Game Rank Service, Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops III will be this holiday season’s no. 1 game. That doesn’t make me love Fallout any less, though.
4 Oct 2015: Fallout 4 Undergoing Polishing And Optimization, Game Is Finished From A Features Standpoint
Are you ready for Fallout 4? Because Pete Hines and his team are. Less than a a month away, and at this point, the devs are simply “dotting the I’s and crossing the T’s.”
For the said price, a customer can get a 1TB Xbox One, a headset, Fallout 4, and Fallout 3 in the package. This has been introduced by Microsoft in an attempt to outsell its rival PS4 by the end of 2015.
That’s all for this week’s round-up of Fallout 4 news. Tune in again next week for more weekly round-up.