In Fallout 4 It Can Apparently Take You 11 Minutes To Run Across The Map
Ever since the current gen consoles were a thing size has mattered a great deal, especially in the open world. Everyone wants to know how big game worlds can get, and how much stuff can be crammed within them.
What better game to show how size matters than Fallout 4 from Bethesda? Given that Skyrim was pretty darn huge people will obviously be wondering how Bethesda’s debut game on the not-so-new consoles will turn out.
Apparently it will take you 11 straight minutes to run across the map in Fallout 4.
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There naturally have been people saying that this doesn’t translate to a large enough world, and others have pointed out that Skyrim took you longer to run through the world. Of course they’re ignoring all those hideous mountains in Skyrim that couldn’t be scaled no matter how hard you jumped, but we’ll move on from that.
Besides it’s all about substance, not just size. Something Ubisoft needs to still learn.
Fallout 4 will be out on November 10 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Best prepare yourselves to take your leave when it arrives.