We knew that Fallout 76 was going to be the main attraction at Bethesda's E3 press conference, and the company certainly didn't disappoint in that regard. You play as one of the first survivors to leave a vault in the aftermath of the nuclear war that turned the planet into a wasteland. "The new client will also refresh the onboarding experience, making it faster and easier than ever for new players to dive into the strategic fun of Legends", Bethesda said in a blog post. It's likely we'll see more of Rage 2, and hopefully some more of Fallout 76, but maybe there will be a few surprises in store.
Prior to this announcement, Fallout 76 was revealed not long ago with more details promised to be unveiled today on June 10. It highlights how players can meet up with one another and travel the world of West Virginia.
Howard also revealed the collector's edition of Fallout 76 which will come with a glow in the dark map, figures that you can put on the map and a wearable T-51b Power Armour helmet with a functioning headlamp.
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Beyond a fast zooming shot of the landscape, there wasn't much of an idea of what people can expect in terms of gameplay or even any hint of a release date.
Bethesda's first new franchise in 25 years.
The game will feature PvP so don't worry about not being able to kill other people if that's what you're into.