Published on Apr 15, 2020
Fallout has gone through more than its fair share of ups and downs. It’s had a taste of what it means to win, what it means to lose, and a few things in between. But with the cautiously positive reception of Fallout 4 being almost entirely wiped away by the abysmal never-ending saga of Fallout 76’s constant issues, the series has never been in the place it finds itself in today: maligned by gamers old and new to the series and holding on to a fraction of the credibility it used to have by a thread.
While some games maybe had been received less well than others, overall perception of the series and of Bethesda as a whole has not been anything near this low in a very long time, if ever. Obviously continuing down this path is not an option in any way, and clearly the next Fallout game, whether that’s Fallout 5 or anything else, needs to be a drastic reinvention of what it means to be a Fallout game. This is likely to be an uphill battle, but the good news is that Fallout is not the first gaming franchise to find itself in this sort of position, and many others have shown how to get out of it and return to a place of relative prominence. So there are some things that Bethesda can do to lead a massive turnaround for the legendary post-apocalyptic series.
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