Bethesda just announced a Fallout 76 beta release date. It will be available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. After this exciting announcement, Bethesda uploaded the FAQ section on the Fallout website to reveal the download capacity of 45GB. The game’s publishers stated that Fallout 76 beta will not be open to preload at this time.
Bethesda mentioned earlier that Fallout 76 beta will provide full access to the game to players.
“Console players will still have to download the official launch version when Fallout 76 releases in November.” Bethesda added.
The aforementioned condition is not responsible for PC holders; They have access to Fallout 76 beta with all of its features available on Bethesda.net.
Notably, Fallout 76 beta is limited to those who pre-order the game. This means that players who pre-order Fallout 76 cannot choose to purchase the game after exploring its beta version. However, an option is available to cancel the pre-order and grab Fallout 76 beta.
On October 23, 2018, Fallout beta will be available on Xbox One. For this express release, all the credit goes to Bethesda for its long-standing association with Microsoft. The beta period of Fallout 76 is expected to run through October 30, 2018.
Fallout 76, the full game will be available November 14th. Bethesda also announced that Fallout 76 will not be flexible for cross-platform play. Despite this, Sony recently announced a cross-platform play option for Fortnite.
With Fallout 76 release date November 14th, Bethesda announced the start date of Fallout 76 beta. Fallout 76 beta release date October 23rd on Xbox One. Progress will carry over to the full game. Since the company has a marketing affiliation with Microsoft, the Fallout 76 beta will be on Xbox One first with PS4 and PC soon to follow on October 30th. This isn’t surprising given how comfortable Bethesda’s relationship with Microsoft has been since those days of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind honors the original Xbox, which according to Bethesda Game Studios director and executive producer Todd Howard in a recent Noclip documentary, was ranked second. After Halo is in terms of sales on this console.
The beta will be available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC (via Bethesda.net). Stay tuned for the exact timing of each platform here and Fallout on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Please note that the Xbox One beta will start first, followed by the other platforms, Reads Frequently Asked Questions about Fallout 76.
Unlike other trial events, which usually serve as demos prior to the game’s release, Bethesda appears to be taking Fallout 76’s beta seriously, claiming that it will not be available at all times during the trial period.
A post from Bethesda says: “Servers will not be available 24/7 as the team troubleshoot issues, confirm servers and improve player compatibility.”
And if you’re expecting to be a crossover, think again. What this means is that if you wanted to play Fallout 76 on PS4 with your friends playing the game on Xbox One and PC, you wouldn’t be able to. Game director Todd Howard has confirmed that Fallout 76 will not have a cross-platform operating system and that Sony is responsible for its omission.
“We used to love [multiplayer] with Fallout 76 but at the moment we just can’t,” Howard told Gamestar.de. “Sony is not as useful as everyone would like, but we will see what happens in the future.”
While Sony has corrected its methods, Bethesda claims the ship has set sail and the game will not attract co-play at all.
Fallout 76 had a second big appearance at E3 2018 thanks to its developer Bethesda Softworks’ E3 event. The game premiered at Microsoft’s Xbox Conference at E3 earlier today. Fallout 76 is the biggest game in the Fallout universe to date. As far as setting is concerned, Fallout 76 is set before the release of all previous Fallout games so far. Bethesda’s Todd Howard took to the stage to talk about the game, but the company anticipated its press event with a funny video about Skyrim, mocking the number of platforms this game was released on.
Return to Fallout 76 – The game world is four times the size of Fallout 4, and the game is set in West Virginia because you are the first to appear in the game in a wild wasteland. Bethesda initially featured the same Fallout 76 trailer that we already saw at a Microsoft conference. The trailer for Country Roads was set by John Denver (to refer to West Virginia in the song, we assume).
Then there was more information about Fallout 76. Todd Howard said the basement was to celebrate 300 years in America or 300 years in 2076. We got more information about the game in the latter half of the Bethesda event, including some gameplay footage This shows the player waking up with a Pip Boy console.