Showing posts with label Fallout 76. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fallout 76. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle Announced

A special edition Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle is up for pre-order now with access to B.E.T.A. to the game.

Those of us who are eagerly waiting for online multiplayer action role-playing game Fallout 76 from Bethesda Softworks to release on November 14 for consoles may or may not know that the game has a huge map that even surpasses the likes of Fallout 4. Also, the game is a prequel to the series, which aims to be the best among them all and such title definitely deserves to be on world’s most powerful console, Xbox One X. If you agree, then your prayers have already been answered.

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Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle

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We encourage you to explore the vast open world of Fallout universe with the recently announced Xbox One X Robot White Special Edition Fallout 76 Bundle. This package comes along with the access to full-game download upon launch, a special edition console and controller that matches. Every other survivor you will cross path with within the game, are a real person and why not enjoy that experience with 4K resolution and HDR? We cannot think of any at this very moment!

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In Fallout 76, you are one of the surviving Vault Dwellers who has resurfaced 25 years after the bombs fall in a post-nuclear America. Now how you will rebuild your great country once again is completely up to you. Before this special edition bundle starts shipping from November 14, you can pre-order it from Microsoft Store and GameStop for only $499.99. Placing a pre-purchase order for the console will ensure that you could participate in Break-It Early Test Application (B.E.T.A.) of the game.

Also, Xbox Elite Wireless Controller and Turtle Beach’s new Elite Pro 2 is available now in white. Check out the details of the all-new pro-level button masher below.




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The White Special Edition Xbox Elite Wireless Controller as a redesigned version of the original that comes along is the most equipped and advanced controller to assist you for a competitive gameplay. You are allowed to customize and reconfigure buttons, paddles or even sensitivities of the controller using Xbox Accessories app. PCs and tablets running on Windows 10 or any devices from Xbox One family are compatible with this controller priced $149.99 only, available from October 16.

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Following the success of premium over-ear headset Elite Pro, comes a worthy successor from Microsoft and Turtle Beach. The new Elite Pro 2 brings blocks external noise and delivers audio excellence for a next level gaming experience to world’s pro gamers at home or in esports championships. Plus, a SuperAmp Pro connected to your controller to stream music or taking calls when you play. Together, it will cost you only $249.95 and will be available to purchase from September 16.

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Elite Pro 2 & SuperAmp Pro for Xbox One

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Since pre-order is available for Fallout 76 Xbox One X Bundle and the additional gears, we suggest you to go for it to enjoy free shipping, including access to free trials of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold for a month. Currently, Microsoft has an amassing collection of over 1,300 games, including more than 200 exclusive titles and 400 Xbox classics. So, this is an offer that you would hardly want to miss and we suggest that you don't for the sake of your happy gaming life.

Monday, August 13, 2018

Fallout 76 Anti-Bullying System

Bethesda reveals at QuakeCon 2018 that upcoming Fallout 76 has a unique system to deal with grieving.

Back in June, developer/publisher Bethesda publicly stated that their upcoming online multiplayer action role-playing game Fallout 76 will stop in-game PvP bullying but did not get into much detail on that subject. Recently, on their panel at QuakeCon 2018, the studio discussed more about their anti-bullying measures to make sure that toxic bullies and griefers don't get away with their actions after simply attacking or killing uninterested parties just because they can.

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Fallout 76 Anti-Bullying System

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When playing online, you are in for a whole new level of playing experience but that also means that, you are also exposed to the possibility of being harassed by mean people. With F76, the series goes for its first MMO and multiplayer modes can invite all sorts of issues to ruin the fun. Since they are getting rid of NPCs, whenever you come across another character, it really is another player on the other end. Sometime they can be friendly to work together and sometime they are jerks.

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It was revealed at E3 2018 press conference that, there is a cache of nuclear weapons in West Virginia and there is a pretty good chance that people who gets their hands on such power may want to abuse it by messing up other players' game. Apparently, there are a series of codes you will need to get access of those launch facilities and to ensure less frequent nuclear launches the developers made the process complex enough. If you are worried for your structure, move it elsewhere using C.A.M.P. tool.

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A Strict Bounty System

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In case of one player attacking another player, it causes very little damage and you can either ignore it or fight back. When you are retaliating, both parties will do full damage to the other. However if someone tries to kill you without being provoked, game director Todd Howard and project leader Jeff Gardner believes they do have a solution for that. Soon as one party kills another, the attacker becomes a "Wanted Murderer" with no rewards for the kill and has a bounty placed on them.

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Not only that, the bounty placed on that player will be paid with money from his own pool and his position on the map will be visible to everyone a red star. While getting killed sucks, you don't lose too much except for the junk you’ve just collected. Otherwise, you weapons are safe and sound. As it comes to deal with abusing griefers, the studio has come up with a very unique idea to sort out the problem by giving a taste of their own medicine to ensure fun PVP gaming for the rest of the crowd.

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When Fallout 76 finally launches worldwide on November 14 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, you will surely find out much more as you are wandering around the nuclear wasteland. Affects of bullying online are always a huge concern for everyone and can become a big issue for others. It is really nice to see that Bethesda cares enough about this that they created a measure to check the issue before implementing a major change of play in Fallout franchise.

Monday, July 23, 2018

Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. Starts in October

Bethesda Softworks will allow players to explore those "Country Roads" of Fallout 76 prior release in October.

Ever since the post-apocalyptic action role-playing game Fallout 76 from Bethesda Softworks were announced, it is on a hype train to old-school fans and we got the recent popularity of John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" song from the trailer clip to prove that. Bethesda game director Todd Howard stated during E3 2018 press conference that a B.E.T.A. program will allow players to roam around the wastelands before the game finally comes out at the end of this year.

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Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. Starts in October

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There is a lot of a speculation in advance regarding the title as it is apparently set in West Virginia neighborhood and an expanded map that exceeds anything gamers have played before in Fallout 4. Also, the game is not a sequel of any previous games but stands out as a prequel. According to a forum post of Bethesda, B.E.T.A. or "Break It Early Test Application" will begin in October, only a month before the release of the game and they will be randomly selecting testers.

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Officially going to become the first online multiplayer game of this franchise from 1997, Fallout 76 will be released worldwide on November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. To be able to participate in beta testing, you have to pre-order the game from a selected retailer. Though Bethesda will be casually picking a handful of users at first to participate in the program though redemption code to enter on their official site and then will add more players gradually over time.

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Also, Xbox One owners are in luck as it is exclusively launching first on Microsoft console before moving towards two other major platforms; PC and PlayStation 4. However, it wasn't disclosed how much the time distance will be between these platforms in terms of beta release. So, form an alliance, build some settlements, work with your fellow survivors or become a notorious plunderer of the wasteland to re-establish American Dream as you see fit when it eventually comes out.

Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Fallout 76 May Have Single Player Mode Later

Director and creative leader of Bethesda, Todd Howard says Fallout 76 might include a single-player mode in future.

By now, we all know that Bethesda Softworks is doing a complete reinvention of their popular post-apocalyptic role-playing game series Fallout, with their upcoming release of Fallout 76. The two big changes they are bringing to the franchise is that they decided to make it an online multiplayer title and the Wasteland is about four-times larger than the size of the map you had on Fallout 4. Bethesda's Todd Howard recently said that single-player mode may come in future as well.

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Fallout 76 May Have Single Player Mode Later

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Running impressive campaigns for this prequel of Fallout and making everyone hum along to "Country Roads" from the trailer clip, the company has scheduled for the game to release on November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Despite being very different from the original series, the game still belongs to the franchise at its core. Since NPCs are probably going to be non-existent for the sake of PvP gameplay, devs may have considered bringing in the classic formula.

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However, many eager players are still wondering what it would be like, because the developers initially showed no intention of making a single player campaign mode just like they always do. So, Howard cleared out a few things by saying that there will be other players around but whether you interact with them or not is entirely up to you and the game will not force you to either. Of course, you can exchange items with fellow survivors or even join one of those teams if you like.

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He said that, Bethesda also had plans of giving players servers to live in their own way or just invite only a few of your friends. Players are even allowed to create mods to play as they like but all of these plans have to wait as they are not available during launch. The studio probably have taken this bet after seeing how popular Grand Theft Auto Online have become over times and hopefully, Fallout 76 can evolve to that point one day and even move further from West Virginia setting.

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Although, PvE modes are considered as lonely gameplay style that is devoid of the spirit of teamwork, it certainly has its benefits for sure. Games like World of Warcraft helped many casual players to train without being harassed by jerks. Bethesda has also planned of providing DLC content for free because of the micro-transaction system they will implement on cosmetic items. Looks like, the studio is trying their best to make something that has something to offer for everyone.

Monday, July 2, 2018

Fallout 76 Was Teased in Fallout 4

Even before the game was even announced, action RPG Fallout 76 was teased by Bethesda way before in Fallout 4.

We know now that upcoming online multiplayer action role-playing game Fallout 76 from Bethesda Softworks, which we know to be a prequel to Fallout series was first revealed back in May 30, 2018 after a day-long waiting on Twitch. However, some keen-eyed players have recently dug down that the game was actually teased back at 2015 in their previous installment Fallout 4, suggesting the developer/publisher has been planning for this game for a very long time, even before E3 2018.

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Fallout 76 Was Teased in Fallout 4

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Despite the game being launched as a massively multiplayer online game among the franchise, Fallout 76 will stick to its roots. We have the overall feeling of a hazardous Wasteland of West Virginia setting, the V.A.T.S. system and all those friendly vault tech videos featuring Pip-Boy in retro animation to prove that. Vault 76 was mentioned and hidden in plain sight all along during the opening of Fallout 4 right before the bombs were dropped in 2077.

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A recent post on Reddit shows a still from the game from the opening moment inside Sole Survivor's home, where a TV was playing and the tease was right there.

"Since debuting Vault 76 last year, in honor of America's Tercentenary, Vault-Tec continues to expand with plans for well over 100 Vaults around the country."

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Fallout 4 Teases Vault 76

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Also, a computer terminal in Citadel from Fallout 3 has cited from where Fallout 76 is picking up. So, developers of the series have been planning to introduce Vault 76 from long before it was known to all. We just hope that it lives up to players' expectation but couldn't figure out why it opened up so late. We will probably find that out when Xbox beta testing or as Bethesda says, Break-it Early Test Application will open up soon. The game will eventually launch on November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

RELATED: Fallout 76 May Have Single Player Mode Later

Fallout 76 will not start as any other games from franchise and many may not are aware of the fact that the game is build up abandoned plans of a multiplayer mode for Fallout 4. That completely makes sense for two of them being so connected. The game offers to explore new areas as it is already four-times bigger than the last title and a full-scale PvP experience focused on teamwork will make it more interesting. Since they are willing to add single player campaign in near future, fan petition seem to have worked well.

Saturday, June 30, 2018

Fallout 76 Have No Cross-Play, Because of Sony

Forthcoming action RPG Fallout 76 from Bethesda won’t have cross-platform play, because Sony is reluctant to support the feature.

Considering upcoming action role-playing game Fallout 76 from Bethesda Softworks is going to be the first online multiplayer title of the series but it will not have the cross-platform play feature in it and Sony Entertainment is the one to blame for that. When asked about why they won't support cross-play in their latest forthcoming title, director and creative leader of Bethesda, Todd Howard set the record straight by stating how Sony was not as helpful as everyone else.

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Fallout 76 Have No Cross-Play, Because of Sony

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There was a time when cross-play over different gaming platforms might have sounded like a far-fetched idea but these days, they are not. However, for owners of Sony consoles, they still are a dream. Many players would have hoped to have the experience though this game but seems like; they are more worried about not getting the cut and not being left out. They simply did not like the concept of someone spending money for games on other platform and then trying to play it on their consoles.

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Fallout 76 is releasing worldwide in November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Microsoft has already came on board with cross- console play a few months ago with Rocket League but Sony was not as sporting as their competitor and decided not to participate. Most recently, the company raised their bar of ridiculousness by preventing players from using their Fortnite account to play the game on Nintendo Switch. They are taking the same stand with Fallout series as well.

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Director Howard said that they had plans to include cross-platform for multiplayer in their game but that is currently not possible because of Sony, as they weren't as helpful as the studio wanted them to be. This clearly signifies that developers are quite pissed at their policy but maybe serious pressure from everyone can make them change their mind. Microsoft and Nintendo already teamed up for this initiative of sharing their platform with games like Minecraft and Fortnite.

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Todd Howard Calls Out Sony

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Allowing cross-platform play is very consumer friendly step as many gamers have their friends who own a different console and would still love to join in for a game together. It was the courtesy of former Sony Online Executive John Smedley, we know now that the company only didn't take part because of a dumb reason like money and not considering player satisfaction at all. In their defense, they pointed out that Sony wouldn't take part in order to provide a safe experience for their players.

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Back in 216, when Bethesda allowed mod support for Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition on PC and Xbox One through "Creation Club", the service was not available on PlayStation 4. When inquired, the publisher revealed that they were forced to give up because of their critical evaluation process that doesn't want players to be able to do anything they wanted. While they were holding back PS4 players, Microsoft didn't waste time to take leverage over their competitor.

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Fallout 76 C.A.M.P. Gameplay

The latest C.A.M.P. featurette for upcoming online multiplayer action RPG, Fallout 76 teaches you about crafting and building mechanics.

Renowned to make story based single player games, developer/publisher Bethesda is playing a risk game with their upcoming online multiplayer action role-playing game Fallout 76. Eager players have to wait till November and have a lot of details to know about the game before that. So, they dropped a brand-new trailer showcasing how Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform (C.A.M.P.) tool will work in the game just like previous installment from the franchise, Fallout 4.

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Fallout 76 C.A.M.P. Gameplay

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Witness how building and crafting works in the trailer below as it would come handy to survive in the wasteland of West Virginia.




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Fallout 76 is already breaking tradition by debuting as the first MMO in the series and having an extended map that surpasses even the likes of Fallout 4. To make sure you don't get bored in this huge map, you can team-up with fellow survivors ad claim the lands for yourself. With C.A.M.P. tech, you can terraform toxic grounds into a piece of land where you can set up shop. Use the portable device innovatively and erect quarters with others to re-establish American Dream.

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Setting up new establishments and re-modeling them with friends will not let you be done with it. Monstrous creatures like Scorchbeast can crash onto your build at anytime and you have to put maximum team effort to take it down before it destroys everything you've built so far. While taking your victory selfies upon defeating the monster, don't forget the threat of a nuclear war that can evaporate you as well. It implies that, you can even attain nuclear launch codes to launch rockets on enemy camps too.

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Wasteland of West Virginia

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Keeping that point in mind, also watch out for attacks from rival teams, because no matter how much secure your stronghold is, there are players out for scavenging who will cross paths with you and that experience might not be very pleasant. Even though developers are assuring to introduce an in-game mechanism that prevents jerks from bullying around and ruin your fun, no measure can absolutely make sure that an outside party cannot kill you ever. So, it will be wise to watch your back.

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In a post-apocalyptic wasteland, construction will be a major part of the game as you need to rebuild society. At Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference, a presentation displayed how building is an essential part of the new game but the new trailer spills more detail for a clearer concept. So, it would be really useful if fans get acquainted with C.A.M.P. mechanics beforehand they enter the world. Bethesda Softworks releases the game on November 14 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Fallout 76 to Stop PvP Bullying

With Fallout 76, Bethesda is planning to stop people from bullying other players in multiplayer PvP experience.

So far, what we know about upcoming action role-playing game Fallout series is that a new installment titled Fallout 76 is already announced and it is set to release on November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. We also know that the game will be online multiplayer focused and that raises one particular concern for many. Developers of Bethesda promised that despite being played online, players won't be able to harass each other as they used to in previous titles.

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As this is F76 is the first MMO in the whole series, not only it creates scope for numerous opportunities of adventures but also brings a few trouble along with it. Aside from any other hindrance that could ruin the gameplay experience, one major problem is players bullying fellow players but Bethesda might have a solution for that and their Senior Vice President Pete Hines also talked about how they are planning on tackling this picky issue that has been going on for some time.

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Fallout 76 To Stop PvP Bullying

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Since the game will avoid using NPCs, the only occupants of that world are either robots or other participating players like you. Not only that, the Wasteland of Fallout 76 is apparently four times larger than any other that you have ever found in any of the previous games of the franchise and developers also introduced an advanced ecosystem for that. There are some very helpful hands around and some ruthless bandits come to play but some downward bullies are going to get it this time.

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If you have ever come across one of these sadistic people, you know that they would do whatever they wish just because they can. Upon encountering a stranger in this world, you have to figure out whether that person is a friendly neighbor or an opportunistic seeking marauder. That much tension is normal and allowed but if someone decides to harass you over and over again or keeps killing you repeatedly, the PvP established in the game is designed to stop this from happening.

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Other people coming to get you should be seen as just another Deathclaw creature from Fallout 4. You can either try and kill one or die fighting before moving over to do something else. It simply cannot keep chasing you throughout the map. The game simply doesn't allow someone to engage in a grudge against someone and over time, developers will tweak the system even more to improve this function to deliver a leveled playing field for everyone as a measure against cyber-bullying.

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Fallout 76 E3 Trailer

Bethesda's E3 2018 trailer for Fallout 76 reveals it to be a prequel four times larger than any other Fallout game.

Only a few days ago, Bethesda took a whole day teasing an upcoming Fallout game on social media and then revealed it afterwards with a teaser trailer. When Fallout 76 was announced, players were confused because they were sort of expecting something like "Fallout 5". Despite having a few glimpses at what it looks like, we had very little to go with but now that E3 2018 is here and they released a trailer that confirms many theories and rumors while giving us a detailed look.

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Fallout 76 E3 Trailer

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Lets' dive into this brand-new trailer for upcoming Fallout 76 game released by publisher Bethesda at their E3 2018 press conference.




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With the initial look of the surrounding, we notice a much more alive in-game world than of Fallout 3 or Fallout 4. A West Virginia neighborhood that is still quite intact than being reduced into a wasteland is where the player explores around while we were humming to John Denver's legendary folk song "Take Me Home, Country Roads" in background. This one surely looks like a prequel where it all begins and whatever left of humanity started taking shelters in those vaults for safety.

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What we came to learn at the end is that this entry has a game map that is four times bigger in size than any we ever saw in past games from Fallout series. Although, having bigger maps doesn't assure you of the quality of the contents, we can rely on Bethesda, because they usually know what they are doing and this one is considered as one of their most popular franchises. So, we can only hope that they will engage their fans with great content and gameplay flexibility like they always does.

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A New American Dream

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Apart from these, there was a rumor of Fallout 76 being an online multiplayer title before E3 and it turned out to be true after all. While every other developer studio in the industry has been focusing on more multiplayer only titles, Bethesda has remained a reliable company who made single player games and kept the genre alive. However, they are taking a new step now and how far they will go with this mode is still unknown and can only be told later.

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It's not like that the studio have not attempted to focus on multiplayer and they apparently did it in past with Fallout Online. In Fallout 76, they will be exploring more of this experience and maybe they are just testing the field for their audience. Being entirely online will also bring change to gameplay and how it is played out as all the other survivors you come across are human beings and not some NPCs. Don't worry just yet because you sure will see your fair share of creatures out there too.

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Power of The Atom

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Unless you want to wait to get your hands onto the game to explore the new wild world of Fallout till November 14, 2018, we suggest you manage to get yourself into beta testing or what they are calling it "Break It Early Test Application", which you can have access to if you pre-order Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition only for $199.99. This collector’s edition will give you a wearable T-51 Power Armor helmet, a terrain map, collectible figurines, a steelbook and in-game bonuses.




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Fallout 76 will release worldwide for playing on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Whether you decide to pick up the standard edition or power armor edition, you surely are in for an adventure for survival in a world of nuclear annihilation. We are eagerly waiting to see what Bethesda does with this franchise in the upcoming days and how much it evolves.

Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Fallout 76 Announced

The last game from Bethesda's post-apocalyptic action role-playing game series Fallout was Fallout 4 and it came out in 2015. People were looking for a sequel for some time now and turns out the developers were also preparing themselves with one. After teasing of a possible new entry to the series for a day on various social media, today, Bethesda have finally announced Fallout 76, the next installment from one of their most popular action RPG franchise.

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Fallout 76 Announced

Before we go further, take a moment to check out the official teaser trailer for upcoming Fallout 76 from Bethesda Game Studios.




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Seems like the developers have made good on the hype they were creating for some time with this latest trailer. Even though the clip does not reveal a clear concept of what crisis are we going to deal with this time, we assume this is when all fights are ceased and probably, it will focus on rebuilding civilization. Vault-Tec mascot Vault Boy signs can be seen in almost everywhere and the video ends with some sole survivor putting on a light blue jumpsuit that marks the number 76 on it.

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Fallout franchise takes place in a post-apocalyptic setting where you are struggling with survival issues and have to lead the game's main protagonist to find their way into the irradiated wasteland Earth has become following "The Great War". Past games from the series were all commercially successful and Fallout 4 among them was able to gain some critical acclaim as well. We can only assume that Bethesda got good with their craft over these years and Fallout 76 will follow its predecessors.

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Fallout Has Settled

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Apparently, Fallout 76 is still under development from Bethesda Game Studios in Maryland and we will get to know more about it at E3 on June 10. Still awaiting a release date, the game is expected to release on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Many have speculated that all that teasing earlier was for a remastered version of Fallout 3 or a brand-new sequel to Fallout: New Vegas, none of which was the case after all. Taken cue from John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" song, we believe the game will be set in West Virginia.