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Obsidian: Consoles held back Fallout: New Vegas


In an interview with PCGames, Obsidians Scott Everts had quite a few things to say about consoles, and how Fallout: New Vegas would have been a better game without them. Read what he had to say here:

"We had a lot of plans early on. Like, ‘Here’s where the water is stored, here’s where the farms are, here’s where the government is centralised’. We had it all planned out - it wasn’t just a bunch of random stuff.”

“We could have gone further with that. We had to simplify, so we had less stuff that would bog down the game engine. We would have had fewer performance issues. We did break it up a bit, but from my point of view it was a performance-related game and we had to fix things.”


You know what else would have been a lot different if Fallout: New Vegas was a PC exclusive? The sales numbers. 

Skyrim 1.4 and Fallout 4 1.9 coming to PS4 later this week


Fallout 4 PS4 Pro patch launching next week


Coming from Bethesda:

Beginning next week, Fallout 4’s Update 1.9 on PlayStation 4 adds support for the power of the PlayStation 4 Pro console. The update provides enhanced lighting and graphic features, including:

  • Native 1440p resolution
  • Enhanced draw distance for trees, grass, objects and NPCs
  • Enhanced Godray effects


Bethesda Pinball Announced


We’ve teamed up with Bethesda, the worldwide publisher behind the blockbuster franchises Fallout®, DOOM®, and The Elder Scrolls®, for an unbelievable pinball experience! Coming to our various pinball platforms in December, Bethesda® Pinball presents three exciting pinball tables based on Bethesda’s epic gaming universes: Fallout, DOOM, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Stay alive in the stunning yet hostile environments of three fantastic pinball tables inspired by the most iconic Bethesda franchises.

Explore the secrets of the post-nuclear wasteland in a world decimated by atomic war, join Factions, raid Vaults and collect Bobbleheads on the Fallout Pinball table, fight your way through the UAC research facility while taking on hordes of demons to earn the DOOM Slayer name on the DOOM Pinball table, and craft weapons, wield magic, equip armor, buy and sell goods, mine materials, find companions and complete side quests before defeating Alduin and fulfilling your destiny as the Dragonborn on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Pinball table. Each table features leaderboards, score tracking, exciting social features, and more!

The Bethesda Pinball pack will be available on Xbox, PSN, Steam, Mac and Windows 10 on December 6th, and on mobile platforms December 8th.

Check out some screenshots after the break!

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Next Fallout 4 update to add PS4 Pro Support