Fallout 4 is big that it has no level gap and never ends even after you have completed the main story, developer Bethesda Game Studios revealed in a tweet.
Apparently, this is what fans of the series have always wanted, and now they have it. Fallout 3
ended quite abruptly after the player completed the main storyline, an issue that was addressed later by a DLC expansion.
Bethesda’s tweet read
“To fans who’ve asked: Fallout 4 doesn’t end when the main story is and over and there is no level cap. You can keep playing and leveling.”
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A game ending after the main story is completed is generally fine for most video games; however, with open world RPGs like Fallout 3
, players like to explore the world at their own leisure, completing side quests and uncovering new places to explore.
In the past, gamers would compensate by holding off on finishing the story, saving the final mission for when they feel they are done exploring the game world. Another option was to set up multiple save files, making it possible to head back and complete all exploration once the main story is done.
It’s pretty clear both options are less than ideal...
With Fallout 4
never truly ending and having no level cap, players can essentially improve their characters indefinitely and have motivation to continue playing the game. We wonder how this will affect the balance of the enemies… Will their difficulty also continually scale up?
Needless to say, you won't have a life after Fallout 4