Bask in Apocalyptic Chaos with Fallout 76’s Live-Action Trailer

The Fallout 76 Live-Action Trailer Is Here And I Think I'm A Hippie Now?

Bethesda’s New Live Action Fallout 76 Trailer Sheds a Fresh Light on the Post-Apocalypse

Bethesda has released a new Fallout 76 live-action trailer ahead of the game's launch in a couple of weeks. It's insane that in two verses they've exemplified Fallout 76.

However, they will have the chance to build their own very virtual settlements, teams, friends, and interact with dozens of other players on the same server all along the way.

The Fallout 76 beta is still rolling along, and Bethesda is kicking the hype train into full gear.

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Fallout 76 releases November 14, 2018! Check out the live-action trailer below, originally aired during the Minnesota Vikings and New Orleans Saints NFL match-up this weekend just gone. Past Fallout games had VATS, a system that let you pause combat and target enemy body parts such as legs and arms. We ended up ignoring VATS for most part, opting for running and gunning in real time, like most traditional online games. Things are different here but could serve to make the Fallout series better. If you're playing on PS4 or Xbox One, you'll also need to have an Xbox Live Gold or PS Plus subscription to participate. It's the first online multiplayer in the franchise (but don't worry loners, you don't have to play with others if you'd rather not).

Right now however, we'd advise holding off pre-ordering unless you're a dyed-in-the-wool Fallout fan.

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