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Fallout 76

Fallout 76 is the newest game from Bethesda Game Studios. The game features "control" Vault 76 meant for 500 occupants. The vault is supposed to re-open 20 years after the nuclear war. The protagonist's Pip-Boy is set to October 27, 2102, 5 years after The Reclamation.

Falllout 76 will take you to West Virginia, where you'll work with and against other survivors in a fresh wasteland. It's the biggest one yet, and 4 times the size of Fallout 4. You've got to rebuild the world and America after the fallout, but as a prequel, it's probably expected things won't be easy...

You were expected to spend 25 years under ground, and on Reclamation Day, you were to go back above ground and start life anew. You wake in Vault 76 after the Reclamation party, and find the vault emptied already. As you leave the vault, the sun burns your eyes. You're greeting by a beautiful, but hauntingly ruined world.

All new rendering, lighting, landscape tech. Sixteen times the detail of FO4's visuals. The Overseer sends you across 6 distinct regions with styles, risks, and rewards unique to each. Folklore of WV is actually in the game - beware the Beast of Grafton, for example.

But the big difference? Fallout 76 is an entirely online game.

It's all about the junk Posted by Regnor on December 31, 2018 @ 12:34AM
Bethesda said no loot boxes... Posted by laserit on December 19, 2018 @ 11:35AM
Quick Rant. Posted by Kurir on December 7, 2018 @ 5:36AM
Why Fallout 76 Posted by Feleve on December 5, 2018 @ 1:53AM
Cardboard “disc” Posted by Scot on November 29, 2018 @ 11:06AM
What's the deal with this game? Posted by Warmaker on November 19, 2018 @ 8:29AM

Fallout 76 Devs Want Community Feedback on In-Game Events

Fallout 76 Devs Want Community Feedback on In-Game Events - Fallout 76 News

The latest Fallout 76 "Inside the Vault" newsletter has been published and it's packed full of news and information about what the team has been working on, what players can expect in the coming weeks and months. The letter offers information about bug fixing, closing exploits, Patch 5 news and "a new way of playing the game that remove[s] PvP restrictions".

Posted Jan 17, 2019 by Suzie Ford

Next Fallout 76 Update to Arrive January 14th & the Next at the End of January

Next Fallout 76 Update to Arrive January 14th & the Next at the End of January - Fallout 76 News

The Fallout 76 site has been updated with a new developer post that offers players a bit of information about a large patch that will be deployed on January 14th. Players can look forward to fixes to Challenges and quests, as well as "various fixes to a number of Perks and weapons and tackling various exploits we've seen".

Posted Jan 09, 2019 by Suzie Ford

Fallout 76 Devs Tease New Features Including PvP Mode, Player Vending & More

Fallout 76 Devs Tease New Features Including PvP Mode, Player Vending & More - Fallout 76 News

The Bethesda blog has been updated with a very brief note to wish the Fallout 76 community a happy new year. Devs report that a "big update that will address many of the issues you've been providing feedback on" is coming soon and that patch notes will be published in the near future. In addition, the team promises a number of big features will be coming to FO76 throughout 2019.

Posted Jan 02, 2019 by Suzie Ford

My Wants for Fallout 76

My Wants for Fallout 76 - Bill Murphy News

The launch of Fallout 76 has been... well let's just say that I doubt it went the way Bethesda was hoping. But as a fan of two MMOs that have really turned things around through communication and perseverance (FFXIV and ESO), I'm hopeful that 2019 could bring good things to Fallout 76. It's not a quick road back to the good graces of angry gamers, but the following is a list of things that I'd like to see from the dev team in the new year.

Posted Dec 26, 2018 by Suzie Ford

Bethesda Gifting a PC Version of the Fallout Classic Collection to Fallout 76 Players

Bethesda Gifting a PC Version of the Fallout Classic Collection to Fallout 76 Players - Fallout 76 News

If you own a PC copy of Fallout 76 and have logged in to the game before the end of 2018, you'll be pleased to hear that Bethesda is providing you with a copy of the Fallout Classic Collection for free. Think of it as sort of an "apology without anyone actually saying they're sorry" kind of thing or just as a nicely unexpected holiday gift. According to the Bethesda Twitter, "the entitlement is expected to go live in early January".

Posted Dec 24, 2018 by Suzie Ford
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