More Fallout 76 news emerge and Todd Howard continues to reveal important details regarding Bethesda’s upcoming online multiplayer action role-playing video game.
The interview took place during GameLab in Barcelona, Spain. As you can probably guess a lot of Fallout 76 related questions were asked; however, one of the most important was if Fallout 76 will include a fast travel system.
Todd Howard confirmed that Bethesda will implement this feature, although how exactly it will work remains to be seen.
Fallout 76 Has A Fast Travel System Like All Other Fallout Games
When he was asked if there will be any other type of transportation (vehicles/mounts) in Fallout 76; Todd Howard simply said that no.
Bethesda also has an interesting plan to protect new players from those who have higher levels. Even if it’s not a rule that can’t be changed; Todd Howard announced that low-level players can’t be attacked in PVP (player-versus-player) until they reach level 5.
He also added the fact that those who just started their Fallout 76 journey can interact with more experienced players if they wish to trade or join groups for example, but new players will be protected until they level up.
This is truly a great plan, which hopefully will remove the frustration of new Fallout 76 players who will unquestionably be targeted by those who spend more time in the game.
Last but not least, Bethesda’s director stated that he is a big fan of cross-play; but unfortunately, Fallout 76 won’t have this feature. The Elder Scrolls: Blades on the other hand will.
Fallout 76 releases November 14, 2018, for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4; while the game’s beta starts October 23.