Bethesda: Skyrim to be more like Fallout 3 than Oblivion
- Posted October 27th, 2011 at 11:24 EDT by Matt Raspe
- 3 Comments
Todd Howard, head honcho at Bethesda Softworks, has revealed that their upcoming roleplay game, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, will feature an enemy scaling system similar to Fallout 3, rather than Oblivion.
“[Skyrim]’s a lot more like Fallout 3, where as you level up you are going to see harder things, but the easier things stay around as well,” said Howard, when speaking with PC Gamer.
Howard also revealed that conversations will also work much in the same way that Fallout 3 did, stating that there will be very few "random conversations."
"We’ve gone more towards a system, like we did in Fallout 3, where they have a specific conversation with a specific person about various topics,” he explained.
The latest chapter in the Elder Scrolls saga turns the page on November 11, when it releases on PlayStation 3, PC and Xbox 360.
Nakatomi Uk | Nakatomi_Uk
- 7:22am EDT - October 27th, 2011
Good I like to know theres a challenge as I progress and not like Oblivion where my Lightening and Cold enchanted sword would launch enemies into the air for 10 secs and they come bouncing back to the ground all floppy legs and sliding down the hill.
Matt | hyp3rstrike_
- 8:15am EDT - October 27th, 2011
Haha, yeah I had that too. It was always hilarious.
Gameoholic007 | Demented007
- 11:41am EDT - October 27th, 2011
I dont have a problem with that, as long as it is more of a challenge. My character in Oblivion was a level 50, and nothing could stop me. It got a little boring after a while.