Fallout 76: 10 Things Bethesda MUST Learn From Fallout 4

Fallout 76: 10 Things Bethesda MUST Learn From Fallout 4

Fallout 76: 10 Things Bethesda MUST Learn From Fallout 4

This new Fallout game will be called Fallout 76 and its teaser trailer showcases visuals similar to Fallout 4.

From press releases and updates, it seems like Fallout 76 will be more of an appetizer than a main course from the gaming company's development kitchen.

It could also be a nod to the actual Fallout 76 release date, although this is pure speculation at this time. It's worth noting that the majority of games Bethesda featured during its E3 2017 conference were released later that year.

Yesterday, Bethesda teased a new Fallout game and today, the publisher released an official teaser trailer for it.

There there is some of the clues that can be found in the new Fallout 76 trailer. If that's a trend the developer follows then it's possible we could see Fallout 76 released later this year.

In the meantime, there is still very little we know definitively about Fallout 76 and what kind of experience it will deliver to fans of the franchise. If he were secretly working on the game, it would make more sense for him to ignore fan questions and avoid addressing it publicly until given the go-ahead by Bethesda.

The vault has a notorious history in "Fallout" series lore, having been mentioned in both "Fallout 3" and "Fallout 4". Fallout: New California is a prequel to Fallout New Vegas and promises to feature hours of new gameplay, as well as a fully voiced stand-alone campaign. The second video about the making of Fallout 76 will come a week later on 12th June.

We think it unlikely that Bethesda would try to cannibalize its audience for TES Online with a new MMO, so we expect to see an online survival RPG centered around Fallout 4's base-building mechanics, or a new take on the Battle Royale mode popularised by PUBG and Fortnite if that's a genre Bethesda is looking to capitalize on with everyone else.

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