Fallout 76 will be properly revealed at the E3 2018 conference by Bethesda Softworks on June 10 at 6:30pm PT. Today, the company revealed a new project named Fallout 76 with a teaser trailer, which is reportedly an online survival RPG title influenced by DayZ and Rust. Also, the Pipboy's date is seen to be October 27th, 2102, merely twenty-five years after the nuclear bombs fell during the Great War.
Fallout 76 is the next entry in the Fallout series from Bethesda Game Studios.
"Reclamation Day" seemingly references the day when the vault will re-open and the Earth above will be re-claimed by the survivors.
The setting of Vault 76 actually makes sense for a game of this type, which would be more of a prequel than other Fallout games were. And hey, what about that trailer - why did it seem so Vault-centric, without any indication where the game itself might take place? The trailer showcases a single Vault-dweller with the numbers "76" written on the back of his jumpsuit.
The new title is being developed by Bethesda Game Studios. Highlighting inhabitants of Vault 76, the game looks to explore the Wasteland from a new angle during early post-war years.
Although no platforms were announced, we can presume an Xbox One, PS4 and PC version of this game will be on the way. Redditor SoMeh accurately predicted Fallout 76, which gives the user a solid amount of credibility; otherwise, his claim wouldn't have much to go on. Another thing you can see in the close up is that it still has "stats, ' "item" and 'data" on the front as in previous games suggesting it works the same way. There's also rumors floating around that Fallout 76 might be an online multiplayer game so we will have to wait and see. It has been nearly three years since the last major title in the series - the critically acclaimed Fallout 4.