The upcoming prequel to all Fallout titles recently teased at Xbox’s E3 2018 conference just got a full presentation at Bethesda’s 2018 E3 Showcase and will be coming out this Fall.
Set in West Virginia, you play as a vault dweller that is given an order from the overseer to . This game will feature new lighting and rendering to really grab as much detail as possible. Up to 16 times more detail than previously. It can even capture weather affects in the nearby distance. Made up of six regions, with it’s own taste and style that makes each one different from one another. And will even base its towns and enemies on West Virginian folk lore. And players will be able to play in this new worlds by themselves, or with friends in this game.
You will be able to venture across West Virginia, earn progression and learn secrets of the world all online. And when you die, that won’t set you back either. Players won’t be frequent either compared to other online game. As said by Game Director Todd Howard “this is the apocalypse, not an amusement park.” Where you choose who’s good and bad, form alliances or create rivalries.
And with this vacant open world, players will be able to inhabit it and build where ever they please. Creating their own bases or even settlements with materials they find in the game’s world. The Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform (C.A.M.P.) will give players the ability to set down this portable workbench and build structure at any location in the game. Along with decorations and weapons to protect your new home. As you make yourself comfortable, those previously inhabiting the area might come to intrude on your stay.
And to really push the boundaries of the game is the nuclear missile silos in the game’s map. Players can find codes by looting near by locations, but if you come short you can team with other players to team up towards launching that armament. But choose wisely where you drop that bomb, cause it will affect in the area and around. And once it lands, you can explore the fallout and find more rare loot.
Fallout 76 will have 100% dedicated servers when the game launches, and there will be a beta. The Break-it Early Test Application will be available to sign up on Bethesda.net in late July/early August to soften out the edges for the upcoming online title.
Fallout 76 will be available for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC.