Mark Tucker is the Design Director of the multiplayer RPG Fallout 76. Just last month, he and his team released the roadmap for the current year. Now in a recent interview he has answered the question of whether there will be other plans to support the game beyond 2022.
As it turns out, the content that will arrive this year is just the tip of the iceberg, as Bethesda has an internal roadmap that will continue to add new content for the next five years. “The funny thing is, if you could share what’s there, you’d love to see it because it’s a five-year roadmap that I’m working on. We have long-term plans and things get a little more confusing as we go as we adapt to what players want to see“Tucker said during the interview discussing the 2022 roadmap.
“Much of my time is spent planning that three- and five-year roadmap. The three-year roadmap is much more understood and known, at five years it gets a little more confusing, but we’re dedicated to the Fallout 76 update“, he added.
“The message to our players is that there’s no reason to think we won’t keep updating this game. We are doing our best to ensure that we can continue to produce updates for the game for an extended period of time. We have a lot of fun stuff and great stuff that I can’t wait to tell people about. Things that go beyond this year“.
It’s certainly great news for players who intend to continue playing Fallout 76 for years to come, as well as proof that the Bethesda team has taken seriously the community’s criticism of the title’s disastrous launch and its commitment to. improve its image.
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