Updated 09:00 PM EDT, Mon, Sep 21, 2020

'Fallout 4' News: Everything You Need to Know To Beat the Game

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With "Fallout 4" coming out on Tuesday, fans could expect the game to be an exciting one since it is one of the biggest releases for this year.

Forbes said the upcoming game is "a beast" since it will be like "Fallout 3" and "Skyrim" combined.

"It's a big, sprawling mass of adventure. It's Fallout - mostly for better, but also some for worse," the same report added.

It was also noted that users can expect glitches during the game but it is tolerable.

"It's frustrating if you like a completely clean experience, but the game is still there. Just be warned," Forbes said.

Another useful advice from Forbes is for gamers to be very careful especially during the beginning of the game since they can end up dead any moment.

"Grenades especially seem to fly like confetti in those early hours, and just one of those things will blow you to pieces," warned the same report.

To prepare for this, gamers should collect enough ammunition and food for survival and power.

In a review, IGN's Dan Stapleton mentioned that with the increased risk of getting hurt or even killed during the game, "Fallout 4" is expected to have "a major change to personal protection."

The power armour of the game is said to behave like a wearable walking tank for increased protection.

"It also forces you to use fast-travel to conserve fuel, which would mess with a no-fast-travel play style. But I do love how every piece of the armor can be individually damaged, repaired, upgraded, customized or even swapped out for other models," Stapleton added.

The IGN writer also noted that he had a good experience dealing with "genuinely creepy monsters to fight, and superbly engrossing post-nuclear atmosphere that blends unsettling gore and death with dark comedy."

Stapleton said he can still spend hours playing the game and still discover something new about it.

Starting Nov. 10, the bundle can be bought from local retailers and Microsoft stores in countries like Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Israel, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Singapore, Slovakia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, UK, U.S., Saudi Arabia, South Africa and the United Arab Emirates, as per Polygon.

The game will be available for Xbox One, PS4 and PC users.

Venture Beat noted that in another effort to outsell the PS4 by the end of the year, Microsoft has introduced the "Fallout 4" bundle for the Xbox One in partnership with game publisher Bethesda.

This will put a 1TB Xbox One, a headset, Fallout 4, and Fallout 3 all into the same package for $400," added the same report.

Aside from the basic offerings of the bundle, Major Nelson dished that the game will also come with a 14-day Xbox Live Gold trial.

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