During its 2018 E3 press conferences, Bethesda devoted a hefty chunk to its next Fallout game: Fallout 76. Along with showing off the first in-game footage and detailing how its move to online would work, Bethesda Games Studios director Todd Howard announced that Fallout 76 will have a beta to iron out bugs in the system.
Now, we've come to expect bugs from Betheda's games. Love them as we do, the games are often flawed as a result of their ambition. Normally that's not a huge issue, patches and modders solves many of the issues but when it comes to a multiplayer game, clearly Bethesda are keen to avoid the traditional problems.
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Howard didn't announce when the beta would begin but with the Fallout 76 release date set just four months away, it can't be too far away. I'm itching in my power armour to get into that game, and getting my hands on a nuclear missile code.
Because, let's face it, given the option, you're going to nuke the hell out of your neighbours.
While we wait for that beta to open up have another watch of that gameplay trailer:
Bethesda put together a cracking show this year. I mean, when the news of a new DOOM isn't a headliner then you know its been a special show.