The new game, named after a few weeks ago, promises to offer a post-apocalyptic world with refreshing style and approach
Prepare: Fallout returns at the end of the year, and big. The biggest announcement of Bethesda For 2018, alongside the new Rage 2, was Fallout 76 - a new studio-action-survival game developed by Fallout 3 and Fallout 4, which will try to offer a different approach and style than we have been used to from the brand since 2007.
The Fallout 76 will offer a plot that takes place in 2102, earlier than any other Fallout series to date, and only 25 years after the deadly nuclear war that destroyed most of the civilization in the United States, when the first survivors begin to emerge from the underground bunkers.
The game will emphasize online collaboration between players in groups of up to four, in a series that to date has focused almost exclusively on single player experiences - and, moreover, it will include a minimum number of human-controlled human characters and communicable, with the emphasis being on the player-flesh relationship And blood "to be found within the same dedicated server, and among mutants, monsters and other dangerous enemies that will roam the area which will be particularly massive.
Fallout 76 will also be available to the game as a single player, who does not want or need additional players to deal with Virginia's radioactive wasteland - but all players will need to be permanently connected to the Internet and its servers. Bethesda In order to play, to the dismay of all those who do not really like the controversial approach. In terms of combating hacking and piracy this is a positive change - but far less positive when it comes to flexibility for the players themselves.
The new chapter is based on the same creation engine that we've seen on Fallout 4 (and Skyrim before), and is designed to reach Sony's personal computers and consoles Microsoft Office In 14 in November 2018. Another success story forBethesdaOr is it not? Let's tell what you think about the reactions.