Todd Howard Comments on ‘Fallout 4’

The future of Fallout

Bethesda Softworks is sitting pretty on cloud nine these days.

With Fallout 3 being a major success, winning many Game of the Year awards, and with the Operation: Anchorage DLC recently released, as well as the next two DLC installments to Fallout 3, Bethesda has alot on their plate. So what about Fallout 4, the next installment in the Fallout universe?

MTV Multiplayer blog recently had the idea of sending an email to Todd Howard, executive producer for Fallout 3, on what they learned about making Fallout and the future of the Fallout series. Todd Howard simply responded “Greatest lesson? Don’t let the game end, and don’t have a level cap.”

Simple, short, and bittersweet.

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