Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Tech | By Tabitha Holland

Fallout 76 is entirely online, has dedicated servers, can be played solo

Fallout 76 is entirely online, has dedicated servers, can be played solo

Wrapping up their Showcase this year, Bethesda revealed two teasers for some games that fans won't get to see for a long time, but have been asking about for a while: Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI. The game will also feature 6 different regions, all coming with unique risks, new creatures, including some that have been inspired by West Virginia's folklore.

Meanwhile, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR experience for those who want to take over Nazi machinery as a hacker killing Nazis.

The Fallout 76 beta hasn't got a release date, but will need to land before the game goes live in November. According to their explanation, you'll never be instanced with more than a few dozen players, but you can always play with friends, team up with people and build homes and craft. You can play the game solo, but with multiplayer as an option - open world, survival, and every person is real.

The game's Collector's Edition has also been revealed.

Fallout 76 will feature the same base building functionality as seen in Fallout 4, but players will be able to build anywhere, and move built items anywhere. As with the mobile release, the game is free to play. During its press conference earlier today, the company has officially announced the next chapter for one of its most well-known series, The Elder Scrolls. It's also the publisher's first new franchise in 25 years. Fallout 76's world is apparently four times larger than Fallout 4 and one interesting location shown is a large university with a Vault Boy statue.

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