Microsoft showed off Bethesda's Fallout 76 during its Electronic Entertainment Expo event today in Los Angeles. Bethesda's free-to-play mobile title, developed by Behaviour Interactive, launched on PC in 2016 and then on Xbox One a year ago. The game managed to reach some 29 million players during Fallout Shelter's first month alone. The world's been taken over by nature, and Howard says that the game is about rebuilding the city, state and entire country. Apparently, the game is four times larger in terms of map size than Fallout 4.
Rumors suggest that Fallout 76 will be a multiplayer game, but the trailer did not confirm this. Citing "three people familiar with the project" it appears that Fallout 76 is an experimental entry in the post-apocalyptic series, sporting online functionality and gameplay heavily-inspired by the likes of Rust and DayZ.
We expect Bethesda to reveal more about Fallout 76 during its own E3 2018 conference.
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