I can understand why people wouldn't like this and I agree with them. I would prefer a complete single player experience.
And I'm not sure I would get this anyways right away. But...they did release something regarding private sessions. It might be fun with friends to have a Fallout type map filled with quests, enemies and allow you to build some bad ass settlements. That might be a lot of fun.
As an obvious fan of the franchise, I haven't been very pleased with what I've heard so far about Fallout 76. In fact, my views are very much in line with the guy who made this mod. Get an early taste of Fallout 76 lol:
This game looks BALLs! It looks like the same brokedown graphics and physics engine used for every fallout game since Fallout 3. Elder Scrolls and Fallout are designed for a single player experience. Changing that and trying to make the game good at both compromises the game entirely for me. It also doesn’t help that Beta looks atrocious.
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You need to review a product as is, you don't wait till it's "better" or for fan-made content.
Mods definitely shouldn't account for the replayability or enjoyability of a game.
You're telling me you weren't disappointed at No Man's Sky and especially Colonial Marines?
Furthermore, no matter how many "fixes" it gets, it's still a bad game, just a "playable" bad game.
"Base it on what it gets later" isn't an argument. He reviews what he gets at launch.
Hell I even understand his reasons behind giving "Kingdom Come", which is one of my favorite games, a 6/10, recently. (Even if it shouldn't have been a ****ing rapid fire review for a release that huge).