‘Fallout 76’ Is A Series Prequel Four Times Bigger Than ‘Fallout 4’

Ruben Fields
June 12, 2018

Bethesda closed out its E3 press conference with an extensive demo of Fallout 76, revealing that the mysterious title is an online open-world RPG set in West Virginia.

Fallout 76 is "entirely online", Bethesda's Todd Howard tonight confirmed. That is, after he teased a Skyrim Alexa Edition which, honestly, looked pretty great. Also players can setup shop to trade with other survivors.

Watch the video of the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition to get motivated to drop $200 in the collector's edition of Fallout 76.

Below the E3 trailer below you'll find Bethesda's full showcase.

Now we know much more about the game. There must be a reason all the insane monsters we see aren't in Fallout 3, which is relatively close by geographically.

Fallout 76 will feature the same base building functionality as seen in Fallout 4, but players will be able to build anywhere, and move built items anywhere.

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You can build and craft together, as well as playing music or cooking together in quieter moments, all within your own hand-built relocatable outpost.

Fallout 76 will feature six regions spread across West Virginia, each one offering a wealth of risks and rewards. With that, you start Fallout 76.

You can already pre-order Fallout 76, and pre-ordering will make sure you also get access to the beta.

When Fallout 76 launches in November for PC and consoles, you and your friends will have a chance to chase down to bits of nuclear launch codes. Fallout 76's world is apparently four times larger than Fallout 4 and one interesting location shown is a large university with a Vault Boy statue.

Tricentennial Edition Steelbook. Exclusive to the Power Armor Edition, this decorated metal case is the ultimate collectible celebrating America's 300 years of freedom. The story takes place in the hills of West Virginia. One bonus for the Switch version is that you can use the touchscreen or controller to play.

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