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We all know the lyrics, now it’s time to look at the country road and let it take us home… or you can use a map. Fallout 76 is on the horizon and promises an online world populated by players, a world four times the size of Fallout 4. By now, many curious players may be wondering what that world looks like. Look no further.
Fallout 76 is set in West Virginia and promises a geography that, more or less, reflects the real-world landscape. As you can see below, it’s a stretch of dynamic terrain that stretches from mountains to western grasslands.
Recently, Bethesda released news on the video for Fallout 76, which many players can access at the end of this month. If you want a better and early look at what’s in store, you can always check out our 4K video preview, which contains 39 uninterrupted minutes of gameplay. It contains a glimpse of cooperative gameplay, some old-fashioned exploration, and some pesky robot antics.
Fallout 76 is scheduled to arrive for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 14, 2018. The game will have microtransactions, but they will only be cosmetic props for your character(s). Not to worry, though; microtransactions won’t exclude the implementation of mods. However, the studio declared that mod support won’t arrive until 2019.
Are you excited about Fallout 76 being set in Virginia? Has the large scale of the map sold you on the game? Comment your thoughts down below.