Fallout 76 Revealed, Prequel To The Previous Games

Fallout 76 Revealed, Prequel To The Previous Games

The word on the street suggested that Bethesda's been plugging away at a new not-online Elder Scrolls game for some time, and now we've finally got that confirmed!

There's not much more to it than that - Bethesda ended their E3 presser by announcing The Elder Scrolls 6. The entire game is also fully playable in portrait mode, for your office slacking needs. Let us know via the comments about what you think these two games could feature and what you want to see from Bethesda. That announcement came with a bit of news about the size of the game. Plan is to show more at QuakeCon in August.

All in all, Fallout 76 sounds like a very interesting spin on the long-running franchise.

Players will be one of the few chosen to stay in Vault 76 for twenty-five years waiting for Reclamation Day.

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Fallout 76 beta sign-ups are live on the Bethesda website. But there was also a new Wolfenstein game set in the '80s called Wolfenstein Youngblood.

Access to the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. (Break-It Early Test Application): Be one of the first to emerge into a new and untamed wasteland. It retains the single player Elder Scrolls games' first-person adventuring and combat, but with procedurally generated dungeons that harken back to The Elder Scrolls: Arena.

Watch a teaser trailer below.

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