In the E3 presentation that Bethesda showed, we got to see that Fallout 76 has real-life landmarks of West Virginia. Some of these landmarks that we will be able to visit Watoga, Morgantown, Summersville Lake, New River Gorge Bridge, Harpers Ferry, Woodland Hall and the State Capital. You will also get the opportunity to encounter new monsters inspired by the real-life lore in West Virginia like the Mothman.

Fallout 76 will have a different feel and look on the flora and fauna from its predecessors because of the fact that the story is only 25 years after the bombs dropped and radiation levels are higher.

Fallout 76 is available for pre-order and releases on November 14, 2018, for PlayStation 4, PC and Xbox One.