Fallout 76 Takes Players To An Online-Only West Virginian Wasteland

Fallout 76 Takes Players To An Online-Only West Virginian Wasteland

Fallout 76 Takes Players To An Online-Only West Virginian Wasteland

Here is everything Howard revealed at E3 about Fallout 76. The size of Fallout 76's map is roughly four times the size of Fallout 4.

My gut was right and we're looking at a release date of November 14, 2018!

The game seems to start us out on the day that the vault opens, called Reclamation Day. But that didn't tell us anything about what the game actually was.

According to Howard, the main crux of the story revolves around a quest given to you by your Overseer.

Fallout 76 will be an online-only multiplayer game that sees players explore the desolate, post-apocalyptic wasteland just 25 years after a nuclear war. The game is claimed to have sixteen times the detail of Fallout 4, allowing people to see things such as distant weather systems from very far away. Now, there are a few ways in which you may still be able to get a copy. Much like the horror film "Wrong Turn", the game trades in on its audience's preconceived notions of rural residents in order to instill fear and create a feeling of otherness or strangeness in its players.

Howard continued by highlighting the core tenants of Fallout 76: "Open world survival, every person and character is real". But while playing the game solo is an option, it's clear that Fallout 76 was designed for online multiplayer to be its highlight.

You will also have the ability to launch nukes against other online players, build your own town friends, pose with your friends for pictures in game, and much more. The company has dedicated to making sure they can take away a lot of the annoying bugs that could be game-breaking but many gamers know that some of the insane and downright amusing bugs are what make these games so endearing and part of the charm.

Unique to Fallout 76 are nuclear armaments that can be completely controlled by players. Which showcases players taking on mutated monsters and killing them together. It takes place in the distant past of the other Fallout games, and only 20 years after the atomic bombs wiped out most of civilisation. My interest in Fallout 4's base-building experiment died early, once I realized Bethesda hadn't provided a single method for building housing that didn't have complete walls.

We will update this article as more information regarding the online multiplayer world of Fallout 76 as it is made available. Your progression moves into their world when you decide to play with them making sharing the experiences a more memorable one. Players will be able to join resources to create a base as a "safe" space complete with defences.

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