Fallout 76 comes to life in this new live-action trailer

The Fallout 76 Beta is Soon to Launch on PC and PS4

The Fallout 76 Live-Action Trailer Is Here And I Think I'm A Hippie Now?

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Bethesda has released a brand-new live action Fallout 76 trailer which makes the game's post-apocalyptic world a good place to live in. For more, be sure to check out our roundup of everything we know about Fallout 76.

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According to Bethesda, you'll need at least 8 GB of memory in order to explore Fallout 76's West Virginia, while an Intel Core i5-6600K or AMD Ryzen 3 1300X processor will be necessary too. Fallout 76 launches November 14 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. Though its repercussions were few. Respawning and collecting what we lost was easy and death as a whole felt painless because the penalty for being killed was negligible. Bethesda even wants the online game to "last forever". Additionally, the beta will come to Xbox One on October 23 and PS4/PC in about a week later.

Bethesda's decision to take Fallout in a different direction and making it into an online-only multiplayer Fallout game took fans by surprise, to say the least. A lot of what's present in Fallout 76 will definitely appeal to existing players of the series. Also, the B.E.T.A.is now opening up to PC, PS4 players in additional to Xbox One users.

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