the same crazy engine as Fallout 76


Bethesda has a problem with her new release Fallout 76 beta sees a hard lock on 63FPS on a computer because the developer built the game, but the news is that Bethesda uses the same engine in its next-generation games Starfield and The Elder Scrolls 6.


News exploded at Reddit from interview with Todd Howard with Bethesda and Gamestar Until the end of June, but it is even more important than ever before the technical limitations we see more and more in Fallout 76. During the interview, Howard told Gamestar: "Fallout 76 has changed a lot. The game uses a new renderer, a new lighting system, and a new system for producing landscapes".

He continued: "For Starfield, even more is changing. And Elder Scrolls 6, still on the horizon. We keep our suppliers. It allows us to create worlds really fast and the modders know it very well. There are some primitive ways to create games and it will continue as it allows us to be effective and we think it works best".

Starfield is Bethesda's first new RTG for a huge 25 years and is disguised as a mystery. We now know that the developer feels he is using the same technically limited Creation Engine program in the world where next-generation consoles such as Navi-powered PlayStation 5 will come out. Not to mention, we are the next-generation NVIDIA graphics cards with GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and its siblings that are capable of far more than 63FPS and without leaving such engine restrictions.

Bethesda introduced Starfield's teaser on Star Trek E3 2018 a few months ago when Howard said in The Guardian's interview: "We've been talking about it for ten years now, we started doing paperwork five or six years ago and the active development was since we stopped Fallout 4 for two and a half years".

Speaking to Eurogamer, Howard talked about Starfield being Bethesda Games Studio as the Elder Scross and Fallout games are. He said: "I do not want to say yes or no because I do not know what this means to you or to anyone who reads it … It's different, but if you sit down and play it you recognize it something if it makes sense? It's in DNA in it. There are things we like. But there are a lot of new systems we've been thinking for a while that really fit this kind of game".


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