Bethesda’s online take on post-apocalyptic role-playing launches this week, and the studio has finally provided Fallout 76 release times so you know exactly when you can play. Fallout 76 will have a rolling worldwide launch starting at midnight on November 14, so technically our Australian friends will have first dibs on the full game.
As Bethesda’s graphic shows, access to the game will unlock in Australia at 12:01 AEST and the UK at 12:01 GMT. North America will have one launch at 12:01 EST, which translates to 9:01 PST if you’re on the west coast. Asia is getting a bit slighted in all this – the game’s midnight launch will come on November 15 in Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore.
Pre-loads for the full game are currently live, so you can get that roughly 60GB download started early. Check out the Fallout 76 system requirements if you’re not sure about your PC’s ability to run the game – the minimum specs have been lowered ever so slightly since they were first published before the beta.
You can see those times in image form below, if you prefer maps and visual aids.
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If you want a head start on the Fallout 76 release date, we’ve got some guides to help. Check out all the Fallout 76 mutations, or dig into our Fallout 76 leveling guide. There’s plenty to discover in post-apocalyptic Appalachia, and with Vault 76 scheduled to slide open very soon now we’ll keep you updated on everything there is to find.