Fallout 76 to be an Online Survival RPG!

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It's being made by Bethesda Game Studios, the team that created "Fallout 4" and "Skyrim".

Noclip is a non-profit YouTube channel that provides top-tier documentaries, offering insight into major video game projects, franchises, and studios. We were rewarded for our patience the following day, when Bethesda released the first trailer for a game we're sure we'll be hearing a lot about in the next few months: Fallout 76. It's worth noting that the majority of games Bethesda featured during its E3 2017 conference were released later that year.

After all that speculation, we now know one more thing about the upcoming Fallout game which is its new title but that is all. Specifically, Vault 76 is referred to as a "control" vault - one of the small group of nuclear fallout shelters that weren't subject to social experimentation.

Titled Fallout Vault 76, the first hints of this title appeared on May 28 when Bethesda tweeted out a gif of the "Please Stand By" screen. If that's a trend the developer follows then it's possible we could see Fallout 76 released later this year. This vault is referenced in different pieces of lore throughout Fallout 3, the Mothership Zeta expansion, and Fallout 4. Parlaying a new chapter of the Fallout series into an online multiplayer survival game makes sense.

Aside from that information, and a brief teaser trailer, little is known about "Fallout 76".

A brief clip is shown on a television, seemingly from the inauguration of the vault. Instead, it focuses on domestic life inside the vault. But what does that mean for ongoing projects like Fallout: New California and the long-time coming Fallout 4: New Vegas? . For one thing, the game may not need to rely too heavily on mods if it includes, for example, a dynamic online world.

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