[H]ardOCP: Teased Again by Bethesda on Fallout 76

Fallout 76

Following the Fallout 76 trailer that was released earlier and a long time of debates and rumors, Bethesda Softworks has finally announced the release of Fallout 76, the next chapter of the renowned Fallout franchise.

After teasing fans on Tuesday, Bethesda has confirmed a new Fallout game is on the way and will be called Fallout 76.

At the very end of the video, we identify the location as the Vault 76.

Fallout 76 comes after the release of Fallout 4 and the mobile Fallout Shelter, which was met with mixed reactions, and it honestly is just great to see Bethesda not releasing yet another version of Skyrim for your toaster.

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Fallout 76 deals with Vault 76.

The vault was created to open 20 years after a nuclear war, and was among the seventeen known control vaults, meaning that it was used as a baseline to compare to experimental vaults. Vault 76 has been mentioned in Fallout 3 and Fallout 4 as one of the 17 planned vaults.

Additionally, the character's Pip-Boy shows the date as October 27, 2102. It was developed by Bethesda Game Studios' main office in Maryland and its Austin office. It has around 500 people inside of it and it is supposed to open 20 years after the event of a nuclear war. Others are suggesting that it is a massive online survival scenario.

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