Hmmm, is that trouble we can smell brewing?
During Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference, we got a bit of an information blowout on Fallout 76 -- the always online, multiplayer Fallout title that launches in November of this year. However, even after the show was over, many fans still wondered whether they could set up private sessions, either alone, or with friends.
Going by the above interview with Geoff Keighley on the YouTube E3 stream, that questions's been answered, and it looks like there will always be other players populating the world.
"Even if you're playing by yourself doing quests, you will see other players," Howard says. "And you can interact with them, or you can ignore them." But will they ignore you? What if they're just going to put a bullet in your head?
While it's still not totally clear whether there'll be some kind of setting that lets you turn off player-versus-player combat, it's perhaps worrying news for fans of the usual Fallout experience.
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