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Learn the latest news and tips related to Fallout 76 (2018), another part of the famous series of post-apocalyptic RPG games, put together in the convention of a multiplayer survival game. As a player you again take on the hero from the Vault - one of many huge nuclear bomb shelters, whose thick walls saved the remnants of humanity from the nuclear Great War. You can develop your character based on the S.P.E.C.I.A.L, a leveling up system common to the series. The story begins in the Crypt 76, located near the city of Washington, in the former state of West Virginia. However, this facility did not stand out too long as the different monstrosities and tugs did their part to make it so. Now it is up to you, one of the pioneers, who must wander the wastes and look for places where humanity can settle again. Fallout 76 is a sandbox that is fully focused on the multiplayer playthrough, which means that there are no traditional NPCs here, and all characters encountered are controlled by other players. Some players may want to rob you, some to cooperate, so keep that in mind when wandering through wastelands. The world of Fallout 76 is four times bigger than the one you could explore in Fallout 4. The wasteland area can also change dynamically as many underground silos with atomic weapons are hidden. Only the players who found the starting codes can aim their nuclear heads anywhere on the map to unlock special events where you defeat elite monsters and gain rare resources. The collected materials are useful when building bases. A good base however, can lure monsters, bandits and other undesirable guests, so the game’s action is intact all the time. Fallout 76 was developed by Bethesda Game Studios including Bethesda Austin and Bethesda Dallas teams, and is available on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4.
Today guys and gals from game dev documentary outfit NoClip published a new "making-of" documentary of Fallout 76 revealing huge amounts of information about the game.
Fallout 4 gathered mixed reviews, some praised it for various innovative modules like base building others bashed it for lack of content. The announcement that next Bethesda Softworks title, Fallout 76, will be essentially a multiplayer mode that was cut-out from F4 and sold separately for the full price didn’t sit well with fans either.