Do you think CD Projekt RED is going to surpass Bethesda in terms of being renowned for open world RPG's

Posted by: reece

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  • Yes. If anything, they already have.

  • No. They have a long way to go.

43% 3 votes
57% 4 votes
  • Well, to be fair, I don't think comparing CDPR and Bethesda is very fair. Sure, they both make open-world RPGs, but that's really where the comparisons stop. They pursue different goals with their games. CDPR pursues to tell the story of a fixed character, and they did do a fine good job. The other pursues to make the player tell their own story with character creation. But, if we were just going with who's just better: i'd say CDPR's games are better simply because of writing, storytelling, and atmosphere. I just love good stories.

  • I adore both companies but Bethesda have been doing Open World RPGS for longer and as a result they have a much larger fan base and gathering along with bigger universes that appeal to a larger audience. Fallout appeals to people who love apocalyptic settings or Elder Scrolls for Fantasy players. While Projekt Red does have a huge fan base as well they just don't have the power to pass Bethesda for a long while. I do believe that they will be able to do it but they have a very long way to go and they have a lot of things to compete with.

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reece says2016-10-03T08:08:51.6585243Z
I'm asking this because CD Projekt RED made a name for themselves with The Witcher 3. Now their working on this -- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P99qJGrPNLs. Bethesda shouldn't let their guard down.
reece says2016-10-03T08:37:22.8646935Z
They're*
ButterCatX says2016-10-03T10:21:33.6375623Z
Competition is good, weĺl have better games from both because of it.
ButterCatX says2016-10-03T10:22:48.4088416Z
That we'll is a little weird

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