Bethesda indignantly denies Fallout 76 is going free-to-play.

So now I’m kind of expecting it to go free-to-play.

Heck, it may be the only thing that can save the game. FTP it, let the modders loose. I’m getting pretty tired of having to swap out perk cards manually instead of having preset profiles that I can hotkey, you know what I mean? …Probably not, unless you play the game. I want to switch builds at the drop of a hat. That’d be fun. Having a bigger building budget? More fun. The ability to tell which plans I’ve already bought? Dammit, that should have been in the game from the start.

Modders. Modders will save you, Bethesda. You know this.

Moe Lane

PS: So would Fallout 5. Which absolutely should be single player, with MAYBE an arena mode that you can enter for PvP purposes.

3 thoughts on “Bethesda indignantly denies Fallout 76 is going free-to-play.”

  1. The rumor started on The Quartering YouTube channel. He was getting reports about the standard edition being pulled completely off the shelves at Best Buy, Gamestop, and EB Games, and started speculating as to why that might be…
    (Personally, I think “wasting limited shelf space on product that isn’t moving” satisfies Brother Occam.)

  2. “Fallout 76 is not going free-to-play” is a lot more solid than “there is no truth to this rumor.”

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