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Wednesday, 26 March 2008 10:45

Fallout 3 will feature 200 different endings

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic
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With around 100 hours of gameplay

 

In case you've ever tried Fallout, you're probably already hooked and eagerly awaiting the third sequel. If you've missed out on the action, the third installment is probably a good time to start.

It offers 200 different endings, and out of these 200, 9-12 drastically differ from the rest. This was always a Fallout trademark: almost unlimited freedom. You can finish every mission in your own unique way, be it through diplomacy or through the barrel or your plasma gun.

In an interview with IGN.com, executive producer Todd Howard said that the game is in the final stages of development and that his team is looking forward to a period of tweaking and testing. Fallout 3 for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3 should appear this Fall (without the out).

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