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Pete Hines “Not Interested In Discussing How Realistic Things Are” In Fallout 4


Pete Hines has some Fallout fans upset as he revealed that he’s not interested in discussing how realistic are in a game such as Fallout. This all started after a fan went to Twitter stating how unrealistic the “Kid in a Fridge” quest really is. In that quest you find a ghoul kid who has survived 200 years in a fridge without any food or water. When the fan asked how this was possible Hines tweeted…

“Not interested in discussing how realistic things are in an alternate universe post-apoc game w/ talking mutants and ghouls”

Hines later stated after outcry that he doesn’t think an explanation is needed for the quest and that the writers were simply having fun. Despite this statement, people have still been tweeting him asking about inaccuracies and that Bethesda themselves do not care about the Fallout franchise enough.

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