One of the best things about Bethesda’s RPGs is their excellent replay value, and Fallout 4 won’t be an exception. We already know that even the game’s developers don’t know everything that’s in the game, and now lead producer Jeff Gardiner has come out to say that he’s still discovering new things in Fallout 4 even after pouring more than 400 hours into the game. Keep in mind that he’s only talking about the base game, which doesn’t include the future expansion packs and near-infinite player-made mods that are sure to come.
Fans want to know everything there is to know about Fallout 4 before it is released on Nov. 10, but it seems even the developers at Bethesda don’t know everything themselves. According to website Gamespresso, the lead producer of Fallout 4 has sunk over 400 hours of time into playing already, and he has yet to find everything there is. Jeff Gardiner, the producer in question, has been playing Fallout 4 for over 400 hours, and he says he is still running into new content. “I’ve played the game for probably 400 hours, and I’m still finding stuff that I haven’t seen,” Gardiner said. This should really highlight the massive amount of content that gamers will be getting to dive into in Bethesda’s latest RPG. This also doesn’t include the massive amounts of fan-made mod content that will surely come soon after release. In other Fallout 4 news, the Fallout 4: Pip-Boy Edition, the one that comes packaged with the real Pip-Boy that you can put your phone into, has completely surpassed sales expectations. Unfortunately, this means the company making the Pip-Boys has been pushed to capacity, and cannot make any more of them. If you haven’t gotten one yet, you had better start searching through eBay or Craigslist.