‘Fallout 76’ Will Be ‘Entirely Online,’ Releases November

‘Fallout 76’ Will Be ‘Entirely Online,’ Releases November

Earlier today, a new Fallout 76 trailer has been shown, introducing players to the game's setting and more.

Fallout 76 is a prequel to every other Fallout game, set in West Virginia. You play as one of the first survivors to leave a vault in the aftermath of the nuclear war that turned the planet into a wasteland.

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Howard considers Fallout 76 to be more of a softcore survival type game. You can check out the official E3 trailer below as well as one for the game's Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition. Instead, Todd Howard says that there will only ever be a few dozen players occupying the same world as you at any given time. Additionally, it will be possible to play with friends no matter the server, and death will not mean the loss of character or progression. Players can work with or against other players as they try to survive, but a solo mode will still be available. Should you and your team manage to find the entire launch code for a particular facility, you'll be able to drop a nuke anywhere on the map. During Bethesda's showcase, plenty of very interesting details have been confirmed. We finally got a release date; Fallout 76 will be available on November 14th.