The best-selling add-on in Bethesda history was Far Harbor for Fallout 4

by alex

A team of 60 people worked on the new content, while more than 150 people worked on Fallout 4 itself

Former Bethesda employee Will Shen published on his page on a business social network some statistics on the company’s games, which were noticed by data miner Timur222.

  • A team of more than 150 people worked on Fallout 4, while 330 and 550 Bethesda employees were involved in the development of Fallout 76 and Starfield, respectively
  • The best-selling add-on in Bethesda's history was Far Harbor for Fallout 4, which was prepared by a team of 60 people in less than 8 months

(news cover source: Bethesda)

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