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Pete Hines Couldn’t Care Less About What Fallout 4 Critics Think
Pete Hines, vice president of Bethesda Softworks, couldn’t care less of what you think about Fallout 4.
The company’s recent announcement of one of the most anticipated games in recent years fell to much criticism, when many began pointing out that the visuals looked incredibly aged and outdated. Yes, Bethesda chose to have its announcement trailer made entirely from in-game footage, without any additional pre-rendered effects.
Following the outbreak, Hines has now begun commenting on the hate for the game’s graphics. On his Twitter account, Hines made it clear that he is not in the mood of “spending any time or energy caring what they think.”
Elsewhere he noted that Fallout 4 looks amazing. “I dunno what they’re looking at,” he pointed at the critics again.
Fallout 4 is going to be appearing at E3 2015, where we’ll possibly be getting to see more in-game play, with Bethesda unveiling more information about it. The developer looks pretty confident in what the new installment in the post-apocalyptic series has to offer. We’ll see whether it is enough to change the tune of the critics.
Fallout 4 is going to be releasing later this year for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. Bethesda has categorically stated that it will not be arriving on last-gen platforms. Pre-orders are currently open for all three platforms.