Fallout 76 Gets Multiplayer and Singleplayer Option

Fallout 76’s timeline is set before the rest of the Fallout games in the franchise, and players will be doing a lot of exploring.

Fallout 76 is the latest prequel of Fallout game from Bethesda and it will have a massive game world compared to previous Fallout titles. The game tells the story of the first people who left the vault and it is entirely online. Each character in the game is based on a real person and fans should not be alarmed as there will be single player option as well.

You’ll be able to join your friends whenever you want, and all of your progression goes with you. When we think about games, we think about worlds, and the choices that you can make.

Fallout 76 is scheduled to launch on November 14, 2018. Bethesda will announce specifics for a beta version later in the year. Bethesda also confirmed that a special collector’s edition will include a Power Helmet.

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