Loading screens in computer games are among the most aggravating and irritating things. Particularly games from Bethesda have been known for their drawn out loading screens. On the other hand, Fallout 4 will improve in such manner.

No More Loading Screens in Fallout 4


In Skyrim, players needed to endure loading screens notwithstanding, when entering buildings too. That won’t be the situation in Fallout 4, right now the structures you’ll see are open.

Talking about the game in an interview, Todd Howard was asked some information about the measure of the guide, to which he said that they don’t gauge the game that way.

Some piece of his answer additionally guaranteed us that loading screens won’t be an issue for players in Fallout 4.

Because Skyrim is one size, but the mountains take up a lot of space. That’s not really a game place, it’s in your way, you have to go around it, so we’re not really doing that.

In the city, it’s very dense, but there is no load – like in Fallout 3, there’s a load – for areas of the city, we don’t do that. So it’s very dense, the buildings are tall, and a lot of them are open, so you can just walk in and around, so… it’s big. I wouldn’t say, you know, if you played Skyrim, I couldn’t tell you it’s X bigger, so we’re just saying it’s about the same size

All things considered, that is an alleviation, no loading screens mean less dissatisfaction. The game is slated for a November 10 and will release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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