Bethesda Game Studios is nearly three years out from its last Fallout game, Fallout 4. A new entry in the series is coming, though—Fallout 76.
Not a lot is known about the title so far, though more information is expected to be revealed during E3 2018. The game will likely center on Vault 76, a "control vault" that's been mentioned a few times before in previous games. Outside of that information, nothing is confirmed about the game. But even without any information on the title, pre-orders for Fallout 76 have already opened on a number of different sites.
Bethesda's press conference is scheduled for June 10 at 8:30pm CT. There's no release date yet for Fallout 76. The developer hasn't listed any pre-order bonuses for the game, but we'll keep you updated on that front.
Amazon Prime members have the best deal thus far. Twenty percent of the price will be chopped at checkout, bringing the pre-order price down to $48.
Preorders for Fallout 76 on Best Buy are selling for the suggested list price of $60, though the store is giving away a "$10 reward" to My Best Buy members. It's a site-wide deal for Best Buy customers that pre-order games from the store. Only select games are part of the program.
We've teamed up with 2Game, the official authorized retailer, to give our readers a discount. You can use the promo code "dotesports" at checkout to receive 10 percent off your purchase for Fallout 76 on PC.
There are no pre-order bonuses yet for Fallout 76 from Gamestop. It's listed for the suggested $60.
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