LEGOParadise has built this replica of Fallout 76's Pip-Boy 2000 MK VI, which looks just like the “real” thing, even if it isn’t quite as sturdy.
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Cities: Skylines is an excellent tool for doing basically anything at this point, and intrepid YouTuber Crumbs McGee has used it to create a small diorama of post-apocalyptic action inspired by Fallout 76.
We know that Fallout 76, the latest in Bethesda's post-apocalyptic shooter series, will be an always-online multiplayer game set in West Virginia. Beyond that, how the game's open world will be laid out and what exactly it will look like remains a mystery. But that hasn't stopped fans from combing through every little detail currently available to create a speculative map of the game.
Fallout 76 will have nukes. Provided players find the keys, they will be able to fire these nukes off whenever they please. This gameplay feature, announced at yesterday's Bethesda press conference, is presumably meant to encourage player-created drama in the upcoming online survival game.
It's also the clearest signal yet that the Fallout series, under Bethesda's leadership, has forgotten where it came from.
After a couple of teases and some inside information, we just got our first real look at Fallout 76, an upcoming survival RPG from Bethesda.
When Fallout 76 was announced yesterday, half the world immediately thought "Heck yeah, new Fallout."
But the other half - a more insidious and frankly intolerable one that includes noted individuals such as me - started cracking jokes about Soldier 76 from Overwatch. Then came the fan art.
When Bethesda announced Fallout 76 with a teaser trailer this morning, promising more information at E3, it was easy to assume that the new game would be a traditional single-player role-playing game. But Fallout 76 is in fact an online survival RPG that's heavily inspired by games such as DayZ and Rust, according to three people familiar with the project.