Not unlike a blockbuster film or other major event, rumor and speculation follow in the wake of the announcement of the newest game in the long-running Fallout franchise. While some unease surrounds Fallout 76’s brand-new multiplayer focus, the details of the West Virginia-based map (which, so far, has palpable Fallout 3 vibes) has proved to be a major point of interest. Even at its E3 conference, Bethesda only revealed bits and pieces of the world waiting for us on its November 14, 2018 release.
But rather than wait months for Bethesda to unveil it, I spent some time assembling the pieces in front of us to form a more complete picture of Fallout 76’s setting.
This is a syndicated post. Read the original at IGN Video Games 2018-07-12.