One… interesting way to get individuals to buy games on a certain system is timed-exclusive content. While many gamers frown upon it, others use it as fuel for their fanboy rage. This method was very popular last generation with the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, however, some companies seem to be stepping back from the practice (although pre-order bonuses are still in full swing).
Bethesda’s Pete Hines answered a fans tweet recently about timed-exclusive content for Fallout 4. Pete’s response had many Fallout fans let out a sigh of relief, when he said, “We aren’t doing a DLC exclusive with anyone.” Do you hear that Ubisoft and Activision?
Another bit of Fallout 4 news is the size of the game on Xbox One. On the Xbox Store the game is listed as 28.12GB, and while this is specific to Xbox One, the Playstation 4 version should be similar in size. In comparison, recent game The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt came in at 31.72GB.
So are you happy to see that Bethesda thinks timed-exclusive DLC is a thing of the past? Is the Fallout 4 file size smaller than expected? Let us know in the comments down below!