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Andreas Lilja

Bethesda to release future titles and Fallout 76 on Steam

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Almost as if Fallout 76 was a sack of shit and the Bethesda Launcher didn't make it any better.


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3 hours ago, Raskolnikov said:

Can wannabe mods move to PC gaming? 

Not our fault you don't know the guidelines of the forum you've been on for over 4 years... Just look.

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Like really. The guidelines exist for a reason. Usually I roll my eyes at people who are overly obsessed with the guidelines, but come on. The guidelines DO exist for a reason.

 

 

On "topic"... Fallout 76 garbage and I don't care. :D


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Well, I'll most certainly buy it, at least Doom and Wolfenstein and maybe even Rage 2. But if they only came with Bethesda launcher, I very much can say I wouldn't.

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Shots fired at Epic. Either way though we don't need this exclusivity bollocks coming from Console to PC. I know this isn't the first time it's happened but it seriously needs to die like the ridiculous cancer it is.


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well this is a nice sight... publisher announcing a return to steam as opposed to an exit lol


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Oh hell yeah finally, it was only the no-steam-no-buy that prevented me from getting Fallout 76!

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For real though, Doom Eternal on Steam is good news.

 


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