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After over 16,000 hours in Fallout 76, John plans on leaving the game and makes a dramatic goodbye video about it, This also indicates that Bethesda may give him the boot soon because he is also trying to decide if he will go off on Bethesda employees on the phone while making a huge scene about it tomorrow.
We will see if he will either wage a war with the company or if this is one big nothingburger and will go back to trying to reach 17,000 hours.
 
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After over 16,000 hours in Fallout 76, John plans on leaving the game and makes a dramatic goodbye video about it, This also indicates that Bethesda may give him the boot soon because he is also trying to decide if he will go off on Bethesda employees on the phone while making a huge scene about it tomorrow.
We will see if he will either wage a war with the company or if this is one big nothingburger and will go back to trying to reach 17,000 hours.
"What type of brain dead mongoloid would play fallout 76 for 1600 hours. "
Oh a tranny.
 

jason analberg

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"What type of brain dead mongoloid would play fallout 76 for 16000 hours. "
Oh a tranny.
to put that into perspective, the game's only been out for 27800 hours, that means that he's been logged on for nearly two years straight. Granted, most of that time is probably him idling, but it's still an inhuman amount of fallout 76.
 

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Was it a wise choice to buy them when it's turning into shit from the inside out with grooming and sexual assault allegations?
Absolutely, it's a great opportunity to gut all of the staff and studios, restructure everything, and portray themselves as the ones who were able to "get shit done" and demand accountability. At least, that would be the logical route.

Schizo tinfoil take: Activision Blizzard have a reputation for weirdo data collection from both their employees and their users / use of machine learning which is always off-putting imo. The general assumption is that all of this is meant to "improve" games or business practices when most most reasonable person can deduce that's probably not the case and the reality is likely a bit more insidious.

People kvetch about Tencent (who supposedly own a 5% stake in Blizzard/Activision) and their supposed authoritarian/overbearing/invasive antics, but Microsoft is just as shady. I'm not super optimistic what this deal means for games/computers/whatnot moving forward in the long term. Feels kinda spooky tbh.
 

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Microsoft bought Activision Blizzard.
Man that headline would've been too outrageous to even think about 10 years ago
And Microsoft basically own's the FPS sector now.
Wolfenstein, Doom, Quake, Halo (oh yeah they also got Bungie back) and now Call of Duty. (and OW if you wanna count it lmao)
Weird timeline
 

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to put that into perspective, the game's only been out for 27800 hours, that means that he's been logged on for nearly two years straight. Granted, most of that time is probably him idling, but it's still an inhuman amount of fallout 76.
especially with how little replayability it has, its not like say Yakuza where you can hit 100 hours and barely finish. there's very little to do, even knocking out 16000 minutes would be an absurd achievement, between the map,quests,and enemy variety i'd say it probably has less hours put into it than NV.
 

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Was it a wise choice to buy them when it's turning into shit from the inside out with grooming and sexual assault allegations?
I imagine that's the reason they could've even landed the deal. If this was a pre-controversy landscape, Blizzard could've rode out further success and potentially sell for even more down the line. Since the company is mud, and under constant investigation and press-scrutiny, they have every reason to sell and cash out. The company as-is is at risk of not being able to ship games on major consoles based on optics, it's a great time to ditch the bag.
 

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I imagine that's the reason they could've even landed the deal. If this was a pre-controversy landscape, Blizzard could've rode out further success and potentially sell for even more down the line. Since the company is mud, and under constant investigation and press-scrutiny, they have every reason to sell and cash out. The company as-is is at risk of not being able to ship games on major consoles based on optics, it's a great time to ditch the bag.

Great points. Yeah, this really seems like a "rats fleeing a sinking ship" thing.

Shareholders and execs get paid and can GTFO, and Microsoft takes on the liability and potential future profits.
 
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