Fallout 76

  • Fallout 76 Dev Todd Howard: No Cross-Platform Play Because Of Sony

    Todd Howard has told GameStar that they wanted to do Cross-Platform for Fallout 76 but did not get the support from Sony to do it. PlayStation group was "not as helpful as everyone would like it. We would love to do that, but right now that's not possible".


  • Fallout 76 Won't Feature Factions, Players Are Set To Create Them

    During a recent interview, Bethesda's Pete Hines took the occasion to talk about the factions, which are not going to be included as part of the mechanics the developers do before the game launches. "I've already seen some of this chatter amongst fans about, you don't need us to create the factions, you create the factions," said Pete Hines.

  • Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition [Pre-order Links For Collector's Edition]

    At E3 2018, Bethesda's Todd Howard announced Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition (Collector's Edition). It comes with an early access to Fallout 76 beta, a wearable T-51 helmet, a Dark World Terrain Map that glows in the game, and many other extra goodies.

  • Fallout 76 Could Release As Early As July 31, According To Amazon

    According to EB Games Australia, Fallout 76 is releasing in 2019, and not this year as the usual "reveal & release" Bethesda strategy has worked thus far. By the way, there's still a chance for the title to launch in 2018, indeed, as Amazon has briefly attached a July 31, 2018 release date to the title on its official live listings.


  • Fallout 76 Not Releasing Until 2019, According To EB Games

    We're used to Bethesda Game Studios titles to be released very, very soon after their official reveal, but this time around it seems like that with Fallout 76 the developer and publisher might be taking another path. According to EB Games Australia, indeed, the just announced game is not coming anytime soon, as it is planned for a 2019 release.