E3: Fallout 76

The Bethesda press conference was pushing itself through, with some pretty nervous presenters from various other Bethesda games, and a lot of statements of appreciation coming from those presenters to the communities that have supported them thus far. I found it made a rather nice atmosphere... but it was a bit boring as there were next to no new titles being announced and mostly just new DLC or Updates being brought through for the titles of last year. But then they brought Todd Howard onto the stage and Fallout 76 was detailed. I will simply link the video for you!

So it looks like we finally have a coop open world rpg coming from Bethesda! Ever since I picked up these titles I have wished for this day! It is also set to be the earliest Fallout title and I have to wonder what type of factions the player might be able to interact with or encounter during the span of the game. As the trailer heavily hinted, it will be based in West Virginia and will include many animals that are inspired from creepy country folk lore, yay!

So along with the opportunity to build up society once again ANYWHERE in the game and with the same system (hopefully a bit more improved) from fallout 4 as you emerge from Vault 76! You will also be able to play around with nukes, deciding to ultimately annihilate entire regions of the map... and then go wading through whatever is left for valuable loot! Outside of that Fallout 76 is said to be 4 times the size of Fallout 4!

It looks like Fallout 76 is going to be a huge step for both Bethesda and the players as we all get ready to play through this next upcoming title from Fallout! The game is set to release on the 14th of November 2018 and they will also be releasing beta access to all the people who prepurchase Vault 76.

It goes without saying that I will be picking up this title and getting a group of vault dwellers together to join me on reclamation day!

Are you gonna buy it? Are you excited about this new fallout title? Let your fellow community members know!

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