Fallout 4 vehicle considerations

There isn’t much known about Fallout 4 and while gamers wait for official news it seems a few debates have started around certain features wanted, and those not want, which top of the list seems to be vehicles. Some gamers have a vast range of ideas for vehicles in Fallout 4, a game without a release date or any confirmation of development, although a few fans feel vehicles should be avoided in a new Fallout game.

For and against Fallout 4 vehicles — those that feel vehicles are a bad idea suggest alternatives to make travel faster like horse-like mounts and a sprint button, although we’ve seen types of vehicles before like a Highwayman engine in Fallout 2. This allowed you to travel much faster, so it wouldn’t be the first type this ability has appeared.

Other fans state that jets and tanks would be a really bad idea for Fallout 4, although they would welcome motorbikes, buggies and customization. The downside to these types of vehicles is maintenance and the possibility of them being destructible or even stolen.

Vehicle maintenance problems could open up the option of rebuilding vehicles in Fallout 4 by finding parts in a scrapyard.

Do you want to see vehicles in Fallout 4? We would like to point out there are a lot of negatives for Fallout 4 vehicles as well, which includes the possibility of people driving over enemies, theft, explosions, crashes, the need for developers to create a situation to make players get on foot again. These gamers like the idea of fast-travel and transport along the lines of mountain bikes.

The bottom-line: it would be good to see some sort of vehicles in Fallout 4 rather than having to walk long distances, although it might be an idea to make parts of the map for vehicles. Most gamers want Fallout 4 vehicles but nothing stupid like rockets or jets, and instead more suitable transport like a dune buggy.

You might also want to join in the debate over the next game from Bethesda Game Studios, Fallout 4 vs. Elder Scrolls 6.

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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