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the same unkind engine as Fallout 76



Bethesda has problems with his new release Fallout 76 beta looks at a hard lock at 63FPS on a computer because of the aging of the Creation Engine developed by the developer, but news shows that Bethesda also uses the same engine for the next genre Starfield and The Elder Scrolls 6.

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Reddit News from one an interview between Todd Howard of Bethes and Gamestor until June, but more important than ever before with the technical limitations that we see more and more in Fallout 76. During the interview, Howard told Gamestar: "For Fallout 76 we have changed a lot. The game uses a new renderer, a new lighting system, and a new landscape landscape system".

He continued: "Starfield is changing even more. And for Elder Scrolls 6, even more on the horizon. We love our editor. This allows us to create worlds really fast and modern they know very well. There are some basic ways to create our games and this will continue as this allows us to be effective and think that it works best".

Starfield is Bethesda's first new RTG for over 25 years, and is covered with secrecy. Now we know that it seems that developers will use the same technically limited Real-world engine in the world where consoles like the Navi-powered PlayStation 5 will come out. Not to mention that we are incredibly fast following NVIDIA graphics cards with GeForce RTX 2080 Ti and her brothers nurses, capable of far more than 63FPS and not putting up with engine limitations like this.

Bethesda showed Starfield's teaser months ago to E3 2018, and Howard said during The Guardian's interview: "We talked about it ten years ago, we started to put things on paper five and six years ago and have been active since we completed Fallout 4, and two and a half, three years".

When he talked to Eurogammer, Howard talked about Starfielder as a Bethesda Games Studio game featuring The Elder Scross and Fallout. He said: "I do not mean to say yes or no, because I do not know what that means to you or who will read it … It is different, but if you sit and play it, will you recognize it as something if it makes sense to me? There is our DNA in it. There are things we love. But there are a lot of new systems that we thought for a while to fit so well into this kind of game".


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