Pip Boy Fallout 76

Bethesda Announces Fallout 76

It may be an online game.

Last night around midnight, Bethesda finally revealed to the world Fallout 76, through a teaser trailer. Here’s whats known: We know that the game is set in Vault 76, referenced in Fallout 3 and Fallout 4. Vault 76 is a “control vault”, a vault that acts as a baseline for Vault-Tec’s experiments. We also know that the vault will open 20 years after the war, and that it can hold 500 people.

As for whats speculated, judging by the music in the background, “Take me home, Country Roads” by John Denver, we can safely assume the game will be set somewhere in America’s east side, most likely West Virginia. Another gaming news sites, Kotaku, have also stated that their sources say it could be an online game, similar to that of Rust. Personally, If Bethesda have decided to be really sneaky about this, perhaps it’ll be released October 27th? It’s the date on the Pipboy disregarding the year, so it could be just the day the game starts, or maybe a hint?

The game’s page on bethesda’s website suggests we can find out more at E3.

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Image Source: Screenshot from Fallout 76’s Teaser Trailer 

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