The beta for Fallout 76 kicks off on PlayStation and PC tomorrow, October 30, and ahead of its launch, Bethesda has released a live-action trailer for the upcoming multiplayer action-RPG. Instead, it makes use of another popular old timey song.
Fallout 76's full release date was announced at Bethesda's E3 conference, and it's coming this year on November 14th, 2018 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One - interestingly though, it's since been confirmed that Fallout 76 won't release on Steam at launch, and is instead only available on Bethesda's own dedicated launcher. The newest marketing push from the publisher comes in the form of a live-action trailer.
It is going to be big, as this Fallout 76 promises to be four times larger than the world of Fallout 4.
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After all, Fallout 76 will allow you to explore the wasteland with friends. She's loved games for longer than you've been alive, dammit. Fans love Fallout for its single player story so it will be interesting to see if Bethesda can give fans something that feels akin to a true Fallout game.
This time around, it appears that Bethesda has finally discovered a colour palette that goes beyond brown and grey.
We recently got the chance to play three hours of Fallout 76 and came away with a bunch of gameplay, as well as our thoughts on the game. Bethesda even wants the online game to "last forever". It's insane that in two verses they've exemplified Fallout 76.
But, Fallout is set in America, and in Fallout of course, we're way in the future.