Centered in West Virginia, Fallout 76 comes as a prequel to all previous Fallout games. Twenty-five years after the bomb drop, you are tasked to rebuild America from the ashes, setting out to the wasteland on Reclamation Day.

Fallout 76 is four times bigger and you can play it solo or join with other vault-dwellers to take on the wasteland. If you choose to team up with your friends, all your progressions will go with you and if you die, you won’t lose anything you have gained. The presentation also featured new mutated creatures that you can face by yourself or with a friend. Power armors make a comeback with familiar armors and what it seems like a new type of power armor. Love to create memories? Now, you can pose and take a snapshot of your latest kills.

You will have a new build system where you will be able to build anywhere you want and take your new to any location. Defense and location will play a big role in your settlement as danger lurks all around you and you may find yourself under attack by other player, monsters and even tiny robots.

Your decisions will play a big role to create a unique story. In addition, when all else fails and you need to eliminate the competition, you can search for launch code in different around the wasteland that will give you the power of the atom. Yes, that is right, those launch codes are for nuclear missiles.

In the Bethesda E3 2018 presentation, they also announced Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition. The game will come out on November 14, 2018, for PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.

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