Fallout 4 Articles
YouTube's NoClip has started a new series centered on The History of Bethesda Game Studios. In this episode, and through developer interviews and archival footage, the team has put together a retrospective look at the studios' development of "everything from Arena to Fallout 4".
During this year's Bethesda E3 Showcase on June 10th (6:00 pm Pacific / 9:00 pm Eastern), a brand new Fallout game will be fully revealed. For now, we have a rather cryptic announcement trailer and a name: Fallout 76. The title refers to Vault 76, a "control" vault that has been said to house up to 500 inhabitants and that would only open 20 years after a nuclear apocalypse. 76 has been mentioned in both Fallout 3 and Fallout 4.
60s singer Dion is taking Zenimax Media to court over its use of "The Wanderer" in a Fallout 4 promotion. He is seeking $1M from the company calling the use of his signature song for the game "repugnant" and that the ads "featured repeated homicides in a dark, dystopian landscape, where violence is glorified as sport".
Bethesda revealed that Fallout 4 is coming to virtual reality in October. Players will be able to take on the Commonwealth using HTC Vive. The trailer gives a brief preview of how it will all look and it's a totally different way to play the game.
Fallout 4 is free to play all weekend for XBox One Gold members and Steam users. From Thursday, May 25th through Sunday, May 28th, anyone can try out the full base game as well as enjoy full mod support. Download of the client begins Thursday at 12:01 am Pacific / 3:01 am Eastern (that's tonight!) on XBox Live with the game open after the download is complete. Steam users can access the free trial starting at 10:00 am Pacific / 1:00 pm Eastern tomorrow.
Nuka World is the last expansion for Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic epic, Fallout 4. Set inside a decrepit theme park, players are finally allowed to done the rusted bars of a raider and become the evil overboss they’ve always dreamed up. Does the expansion live up to it’ promise? We sent Chris in to find out.
Tomorrow marks the last DLC for Fallout 4 and Bethesda wants players to know that there are compelling reasons to vacation in Nuka World. Today's trailer helps pave the way for the release of Nuka World on Tuesday, August 30th. Check it out!
Bethesda and Fallout 4 developers will be on hand to show off the latest DLC for the game during a special live stream event. Nuka World launches today but if you'd like to see it in action first, be sure to head to the Bethesda Twitch.tv channel at 1:00 pm Pacific / 4:00 pm Eastern to check out the game play action.
Pete Hines has confirmed that the next DLC for Fallout 4 will be released on August 30th. To celebrate the announcement, a brand new Nuka-World trailer has been released. Check it out!
Fallout 4 players looking to stretch their legs a bit more will be happy to hear that the Vault-Tec Workshop DLC will be released on July 26th. With the new content, players can create a 'massive' Vault, bring in new Dwellers, grab hold of kits to give home that retro-feel, utilize Vault-Tec experiments on dwellers and more. The update will set users back about $5.
PlayStation 4 players hoping to have the Fallout 4 Mods Beta begin this week will be disappointed to hear that it has been delayed. There is no news about when the beta will be slated for release but the team promises to keep players informed.
Bethesda announced during E3 2016 that Fallout 4 will be getting the VR treatment when it launches for HTC Vive sometime in 2017. Players will be able to ramble through the Wasteland as if they are part of the environment themselves.
Ahead of tomorrow's Fallout 4: Far Harbor DLC release, Bethesda has sent out a new trailer that may be a bit "spoilery". Those who prefer to discover the new content organically may want to pass on watching the video below that introduces a new companion, reveals locations, enemies, weapons and armor. You've been warned!
Console fans of Fallout 4 looking for a challenge can now check out Survival Mode thanks to today's release. Strategy, exploration, resource management and roleplay will all play a part in creating "interesting choices".