"Since 2008, Bethesda has given their fans the opportunity to roam vast wastelands, take part in epic adventures, and create stories to tell for years to come". "We love dynamic game systems, so we thought, "Why don't we put multiple nuclear sites on the map and let you do whatever you want with them?'" Howard mused". "Fallout" is a post-apocalyptic video game with an atompunk style based on the culture and style of the American 1950s.
Vault 76 was one of the very first vaults to open in the Fallout world.
We then get treated to a classic Fallout style infomercial which then showcases a bit of gameplay in action.
And now to the part that everyone has been wondering about. So what do fans of Fallout get with the Power Armor Edition? Death never means the loss of progression or the loss of your character.
One of the big questions about Fallout 76 is whether or not it will support mods.
You'll play on servers, with each only holding a few dozen players at a time. And just to keep things fair, they're now going to level the playing field by making it available on other consoles too.
Howard considers Fallout 76 to be more of a softcore survival type game. Thanks to the handy new C.A.M.P. device, players can create a base anywhere in the world. Scattered around West Virginia will be functioning nuclear missile silos ready to launch on any target thanks to the good old United State government. One of the items will be a world map that glows in the dark.
Tricentennial Edition Steelbook. Exclusive to the Power Armor Edition, this decorated metal case is the ultimate collectible celebrating America's 300 years of freedom. You can check out the official E3 trailer below as well as one for the game's Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition.
Thankfully, we won't have to wait until the November 14 release date to try it, as Fallout 76 will have a Beta.