Fallout 76's server population will be between 24 and 32, and they will all be marked - at all times - on your in-game map. This understandably made much of the team nervous, but Bethesda director Todd Howard apparently insisted.
"The game we're very proud of right now, that're about to ship, has 24 people on a server - 24 to 32," project lead Jeff Gardiner says. "One of the things Todd pushed for the whole time - which we were all scared about a little - is you're gonna open up the paper map and see this huge area, and you're gonna see where all the other people are. For good or ill."
Stoke your own personal hype train with our list of exciting upcoming PC games.
Gardiner was speaking to Noclip's Danny O'Dwyer in the latest episode of the documentary series - you can watch for yourself here.
This story is developing.
Welcome to PCGamesN, your one stop source for all things PC gaming this E3. We’re going to be providing live coverage of every major PC-relevant conference, plus previews of all the biggest games straight from the show floor, including hands-on impressions and interviews with the developers who made them. We’re also going to be scouring E3 and the internet for breaking stories, interesting tidbits, and rumours of what is still to be announced.