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Bethesda Plans to Support 'Fallout 76' For 'Years and Years'

Bethesda plans to support multiplayer online game “Fallout 76” for “years and years,” Pete Hines, senior vice president of global marketing and communication at Bethesda Softworks, told Variety. The company just isn't entirely sure what form that long ...

- Variety

Fallout 76 release date, beta and everything you need to know before you don ...

The beta itself will be the full game of Fallout 76, with Bethesda saying its current intention is for your save games to be carried over into the official release. Though achievements and trophies will not be active during the beta period. Players ...



Boy, Does Fallout 76's Real-Time VATS System Look Terrible

Yesterday, an embargo lifted for a Fallout 76 preview event that many game journalists attended, myself not among them. The result was that we got hours and hours of preview footage from select areas of the game, and pages and pages of impressions ...

- Forbes

Bethesda says Fallout 76 throws Atoms at you all the time

Fallout 76 has microtransactions - we've known that for a month or so. And the virtual currency is called Atoms - we've known that for a month or so, too. But now Bethesda has opened up a bit on how Atoms work in the multiplayer game, insisting they ...


Washington Post

'Fallout 76': Multiplayer game actually feels lonely. And that's great.

Moments of solitude or loneliness define the Fallout experience. So imagine my surprise when I experienced them during my three hours playing Bethesda Game Studios' first multiplayer online experience, “Fallout 76.” My teammates were engaged in a ...

- Washington Post

Ars Technica

Hands-on: Fallout 76 lets you bring some company to the Apocalypse

After Bethesda revealed the "entirely online" Fallout 76 at E3 earlier this year, some franchise fans worried the new game would feel uncomfortably different from the story-driven, single-player post-apocalyptic action they know and love. After playing ...

- Ars Technica

The Verge

Fallout 76 hands-on: three hours in Bethesda's online wasteland

Fallout 76 is the first multiplayer entry in the long-running role-playing game series, though it's very clearly built off of 2015's Fallout 4, the last major release. I recently had the chance to play the first three hours of Fallout 76, and if you ...

- The Verge