Fallout 76 is the latest entry in the Fallout series now being developed by Bethesda Game Studios.
Luckily enough, Fallout 76 is reportedly featuring the core of what Bethesda does better, meaning the story and the quests. The survival spin suggests that you'll be one of the first Vault dwellers to emerge after the nuclear fallout with the aim of fighting for resources and building up your base.
76 is named after Vault 76, which has been established in the Fallout canon since Fallout 3. The plot of the games are based on a post-apocalyptic world, and gamers must maneuver the wasteland to complete missions. Fallout 76 pre-orders are available at many popular locations and some of you, particularly those fond of the Fallout series, might be tempted to put in an early order. From the looks of it, it seems like it was settled in 76 because of all the devices and the things that we get to see in the teaser.
To safeguard at least some of the U.S. population (and conduct hellish experiments on non-consenting individuals), the Vault-Tec Corporation built dozens of high-tech "Vaults" across the 13 Commonwealths that made up the United States.
Bethesda's teaser for Fallout 76 has left fans hungry for answers.
The vaults in the Fallout series are large bomb shelter's and living areas that were created to protect large groups of people from the threat of a nuclear holocaust. There are still a lot of unanswered questions, particularly regarding any PvP gameplay, but we can expect to learn more next week.
Just don't make it Fallout Royale. This Vault has appeared twice in previous Fallout games, but only ever by name.
Head to page 2 for more on Fallout 76's press cycle, including news, trailer drops, rumors, and announcements. So if you're hoping for a Fallout 5-like experience, you'll probably want to skip a pre-order for now.
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