Overall this game was exactly what I didn't know I wanted. I left the vault, and headed northeast to get away from freshly emerged fault dwellers. I wanted to check it out by myself for a bit.
The world is beautiful. The variety of enemies is refreshing. I thoroughly enjoyed the rich, slightly warmer (if that makes sense) feel this game has. While still managing to capture that desolate feel.
I had managed to score a few solid beginner weapons, so I began to explore and scavenge. I approached Morgantown rail yard carefully, and looted a perimeter building. I noticed 2 scorched nearby. They seemed to be alone, but after my first shot rang out I realized I was very wrong.
About 10 scorched poured out of multiple doorways headed right towards me. I ran, I ran hard and fast. Just as I seemed to have lost that pack of crispy creepers, I hear gunshots. I pull up my map to see another player right where I had come from.
I realized he's alone and probably fighting the same guys I just fled from. I was faced with a decision, go back and help, or keep rolling out. I went back with my .45 caliber pipe revolver to find this other player trapped on a catwalk with the 10 or so scorched scrambling up the staircase clawing and and shooting at him.
From the bottom of the staircase I started picking off the monsters one by one and the other player started from the top. We stopped them all with our little unplanned choke point on the staircase.
Once finished we did a little thumbs up to each other, and scavenged the previously unattainable loot together then went our separate ways. It was the coolest gaming experience I've ever had with a fallout game.
The only negative experience I had was right as the servers were closing, some dude with a sweet machine gun was chasing me around and finally murdered me but the servers closed 30 seconds later.
© Post "Man… Ps4 user checking in. 9/10 from me. I need to hear from the guy from Morgantown rail yard. I saved your ass." for game Fallout.
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