Last week, Fallout 4 was released to much fanfare, possibly causing a pretty severe dip in global productivity as gamers latched onto the game. Indeed, Bethesda themselves reported that over 12 million physical copies were shipped, and, according to SuperData, an additional 2 million copies were sold digitally. Critical reception of the game was highly positive as well, with the PC version of the game scoring 86/100 on Metacritic. However, public reception was a lot more negative, with users citing bugs, poor optimization, and lackluster graphics among others as the game’s shortcomings.
How do you all feel? Was Fallout 4 a disappointment, or did it live up to the hype?