Bethesda Releases New Live Action Trailer for Fallout 76

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The hype for Fallout 76 continues! Game developer Bethesda has released a brand new trailer for Fallout 76, and it’s in live-action.

The live-action trailer gives fans an idea about the Appalachian Wasteland and the things you can do which include exploring, completing quests, build bases, and fight threats either by yourself or along with your friends.

The trailer video is set to the classic song “Wouldn’t It Be Nice” by Beach Boys, and show a diverse cast of characters coming together, emphasizing the new “multiplayer” feature of the game. As we all know, Fallout 76 is the first game in the Fallout series to be played in multiplayer. All the previous games in the series were set in a single-player setting, allowing the player to explore the wasteland while completing missions.

With the new multiplayer feature, you can now interact with other online players, create a party, and explore the wasteland with them. Similar to Fallout 4, the game will be set in an open-world environment which is said to be four times larger than the size of the previous title. It also features new mutated monsters including creatures from urban legends and folklore such as the Mothman and the Flatwoods Monster.

And as seen in the live-action trailer, Fallout 76 allows players to use nuclear weapons which they can use to reshape the Appalachian Wasteland. Bethesda also confirmed that the game will not introduce any NPC (non-playable characters), and will feature a revised SPECIAL progression system.

Fallout 76 is set to be released this coming November 14 for gaming PCs, XBox One, and PlayStation 4.

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