The New Vegas director will return to the franchise

He already has ideas about where Fallout: New Vegas 2 could take place if given the chance by Microsoft (since they own both Obsidian Entertainment and Bethesda).

Obsidian Entertainment has only worked on Fallout once, and the result is Fallout: New Vegas. The studio then brought South Park: The Stick of Truth together for THQ (and eventually Ubisoft), eventually became part of Xbox Game Studios, and now Microsoft has ZeniMax Media and Bethesda underneath and all of their IPs too. Thus, there is no legal obstacle to Obsidian being able to deal with Fallout again (this is what the head of the studio, Feargus Urquhart, also wants, we also wrote about this).

Josh Sawyer was the director of Fallout: New Vegas and Kinda Funny on Xcast Wire On his desire to return to the franchise, which has since only been worked on by Bethesda Game Studios, Todd Howard’s studio: “I love Fallout and its setting. I can imagine working on it again, but we’ll see where the future takes me. In the past, people have been They talk about New Orleans… I think California or the Midwest would also be very interesting [helyszínként]. Obviously, as a director, I have to be passionate, but the team is also very passionate about it, working within the larger vision of the intellectual property. […] If it’s a larger IP or a franchise, the “What is Fallout?” You must work within a larger vision. […] I think there are a lot of good places in the US. Many people have talked about Fallout in other parts of the world. I think it’s interesting too.”

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So, Sawyer already has exact locations for where Fallout: New Vegas 2 will be based in the US, but he’ll also see the story location as realistic. However, it does not dictate what can be achieved. Thus, an idea is useless if there is no permission for it from the top management. (We’re not referring to Obsidian here, as Urquhart will also be working on Fallout again…)

source: WCCFTech

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