Fallout 4 Survival Mode difficulty could be insane

By Alan Ng - Feb 25, 2016

We could have some additional information for those of you who are patiently waiting for the Fallout 4 Survival Mode to come out. We are probably several months away from this coming out on PC and console, but now we could have a good idea of the actual Fallout 4 Survival Mode difficulty curve that you’ll have to prepare yourselves for.

Some cunning Reddit users have managed to dig into the game files and revealed what looks like Bethesda’s official overview into Survival Mode.

That could be the only good news though as we hearing that the difficulty curve for Survival Mode could be extremely testing to all players.

For starters, Bethesda could be disabling manual and quicksaving in Survival mode. To save your game, you’ll have to find a bed and sleep for at least an hour.


Another big change is that Fast Travel could be disabled in Survival mode, meaning that if you want to go anywhere you’ll have to do so physically which is a lot more challenging.

Sickness is also going to play a big part in the new mode, including aspects such as eating bad uncooked meat or drinking unpurified water.

Check out everything over at Reddit here and give us your thoughts on the steep difficulty curve that Bethesda appears to be planning to implement.

Do you love the fact that it is going to be really hard, or do you want an easy ride?

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