Todd Howard has been deposed for Fallout 76, according to reports. Starfield is focused on the report

Todd Howard has been deposed for Fallout 76, according to reports. Starfield is focused on the repor ...

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, a 2018 online multiplayer game, was condemned by many as Bethesda''s chances of redemption. However, Bethesda''s reputation of scoring consistently high-quality game releases took a major hit from the game.

Starfield is Bethesda''s first major new release since Fallout 76 missteps, and many are looking to see if Starfield will improve the company''s reputation. So far, fans are cautiously optimistic about Starfield, based on what they''ve seen of the game. While others are concerned that Bethesda may have had to chew more.

According to one source, Fallout 76''s troubles could be attributed partly to the open world sci-fi film, according to Kotaku. According to another source, "Howard was supposed to be in charge of the game," according to another source.

Todd Howard is not the director of Fallout 76, so even if he was supposed to be "in charge" of the game, it would make sense that his efforts would be mostly focused on Starfield. Unlike Howard, he has served as game director for Bethesda''s largest games, including Fallout 3, Skyrim, and Fallout 4, so Fallout 76 is the ultimate.

According to a report, Todd Howard allegedly made a decision about Fallout 76, which he uncovered as one of the game''s biggest sticking points when it was introduced in 2018. Despite their additions to the game, Fallout 76 has gone without PCs. This reportedly came against the wishes of many of the game''s developers, but was something the higher-ups wanted, according to Howard.

Regardless, Fallout 76 updates have ensured that the game is in a much better place than it was before, and many Bethesda fans are excited to see what Starfield has in store. It will be interesting to see if it meets the hype coming out in 2023.

Fallout 76 is available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.