Is this the last time Bethesda can "get away" with the glitchiness?
To be honest, I was completely on the fence about Fallout 4, but after watching the Quick Look, and reading a few reviews, I'm really encouraged. The game seems to look and feel a lot better (including gun play) than previous Bethesda titles, especially in 3rd person (thumbs up if you play in 3rd person); and according to reviewers, the story seems to be greater than previous titles-- one of my biggest complaints with their other games.
The one thing that seems to stand in every review though: the Bethesda Jank. Not just the Giant Bomb Quick Look states this, but almost every review says that it's still just as glitchy as ever, which spawned me to asked the question: Is this the last time Bethesda can "get away" with the glitchiness?
Here's what Jeff says at the end of the Quick Look, "It's all the stuff these games have always done, that is less and less acceptable as time goes on."
How long will this be acceptable, and can Bethesda afford to release ES:6 with these same problems?
I know this is premature, as many of us still haven't even played the game, but I wanted to see what everyone's thoughts were on the subject.