Bethesda Teases Fallout 76 Yet Again

Bethesda Teases Fallout 76 Yet Again

Todd Howard of Bethesda Games revealed during the Microsoft E3 conference that Fallout 76 is a prequel set in the hills of West Virginia. Fallout: 76 is dropping later this year, on November 14. The game will see "dozens" of players making up the titular Fallout 76, the first vault to open up following the nuclear attacks that devastate the series' world.

Kotaku reports that Fallout 76 is actually an online survival RPG in the same vein as Rust and DayZ.

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The fact that the trophy list is already available would point to an imminent release, possibly as soon as tomorrow's Bethesda press conference concludes. According to reports, this will be a multiplayer game with an emphasis on building bases and structures, though there may also offer a single-player mode. Be sure to check out the rest of the events on the E3 2018 schedule! The game is coming to XBO, PS4, and PC.

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