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Fallout 76 is a survival game that takes place just 25 years after the bombs fell. It was a disaster at launch and easily the biggest stain on Bethesda's track record.
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Fallout 76 will not have cross-play, despite Sony being onboard
Bethesda's Pete Hines has confirmed that Fallout 76 will not support any sort of cross-play even though Sony recently changed their cross-play policies to allow playing with people who are using rival consoles. We called it, though.
Fallout 76 beta dates announced, Xbox One gets the first taste
Bethesda have announced the starting dates for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Microsoft's console will get the beta first, on 23 October while PC and PlayStation 4 will get to jump into West Virginia a week later, on 30 October 2018.
Bethesda reveal Fallout 76 map name, trading & sleeping mechanics
More information about Fallout 76 is popping up as the game is approaching the beta test date. Bethesda have revealed that the map is called Appalachia along with weird swords as well as information about sleep and trade mechanics.
Fallout 76 will have mods but on private servers, not at launch
Many Fallout fans have been wondering what is going on in Bethesda's mind, whether Fallout 76 will have mods and if we'll be able to play it solo. Definitive answers to those questions came from Bethesda during QuakeCon and here they are.
Bethesda rolls out Fallout 76 trailer detailing the perks system
Bethesda have piggybacked their way to this year's QuakeCon, where they once again discussed anti-griefing measures and unveiled the game's card-based perk system, which will grant Fallout 76 players anything from stats boosts to mutations.
Fallout Shelter earned $93 million in revenue, mostly from mobile
Bethesda seem to have hit the jackpot back in 2015 when they released Fallout Shelter for iOS and Android. The game has amassed over $93 million in the three years following its launch, and most of the revenue came from mobile platforms.
Fallout 76 will bypass Steam, will use Bethesda launcher instead
Fallout 76's so called Break it Early Test Aplication, or B.E.T.A. in short, will not be coming out on Steam when it launches and will instead use Bethesda's own launcher. If the company are to be believed, same goes for the full game.
Fallout 76 will be getting a beta in October and you're not in it
Well, that's of course unless you are, which would mean you're one of the select few Bethesda have chosen for Fallout 76 B.E.T.A., which is Break it Early Test Application in the ancient Bethesdan tongue spoken across Todd's realm.
Howard says calling Fallout 76 survival doesn't do it justice
In today's interview with The Guardian, Bethesda's Todd Howard spoke about the take-me-home game, Fallout 76, revealing that the game has been in development since Fallout 4 and how they don't like to describe it as a survival game.
Fallout 76 might get single player servers, says Todd Howard
Todd Howard is shining more light on Bethesda's upcoming survival take on Fallout universe, named Fallout 76. Fans have been worried about the lack of mods and single player in the game and Howard partially addressed these issues.