- Heavily use the "creation club" system
- Require an internet connection to play
- Have ingame currency purchased with real-world money
- Be off Steam and GOG so that Bethesda can "directly serve its customers"
- Be buggy as all hell with numerous day-one patches that utterly fail to fix most of the gamebreaking problems
- Have enough issues that customer support is required, but still have shameful customer support
- Have strange coding issues where certain aspects of the game run unplayably fast at a high framerate
- Have long, boring stretches of emptiness
- Any number of other issues that were not actually present in Fallout 76, but are comparable in "oh my god, why" levels to the issues that are present (which is quite far-ranging thanks to the recent data leaks)
After a quick look-see, it looks like the source of information is an anonymous 4chan user. Questionable at best. It may not actually be legit.masseffect7 wrote: ↑Thu Dec 06, 2018 6:34 pmRead some reports today that Bethesda is having serious issues with Starfield, ranging from issues with the story to issues with the engine. In many ways, It sounds like the Mass Effect: Andromeda development process. Hopefully, the result isn't the same in this case.