Starfield removes controversial Fallout 4 feature

Bethesda Game Studios confirmed it starfield It will not contain a controversial feature seen in Fallout 4. Back when the latest major Fallout game was launched in 2015, it brought with it a new change to the franchise’s dialogue system. Instead of just talking to other players in the game via text options, the player console character had a real voice that they used to communicate. And while this was something many fans were divided on, Bethesda has now confirmed that this aspect will not be coming back to him starfield.

In a recent statement on social media, Bethesda Game Studios clarified that the dialogue sequences in starfield It is done entirely from a first person perspective. To go along with this, your character doesn’t really have a voice to talk to. This means that the responses you make during the dialogue sequence will depend solely on the written choices placed in front of you.

despite of starfield is Bethesda’s first “next generation” major game, this change seems a bit strange as it cancels out a notable new addition that came to Fallout 4. titles like SkyrimAnd the amnesiaAnd the fallout 3and others contained the same kind of dialogue system that would be evident in its place starfieldWhich means that the game is going somewhat backwards rather than building on what was seen in the studio’s latest open-world RPG. The sound is still acting Fallout 4 It was something a lot of longtime Bethesda fans didn’t like, so to see that starfield As things were before, it is likely to interest quite a few people.

So far, starfield It still doesn’t have an actual release date but it’s slated to arrive sometime in the first half of 2023. When it’s released, it will hit both Xbox Series X and PC.

what do you think about starfield Based on everything we’ve seen so far? And how do you feel about Bethesda returning to this old dialogue system? Let me know either down below in the comments or you can connect with me on Twitter at Trustworthy.


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