Well, war has certainly changed. Fallout, the RPG series with a 20-year legacy, finds its latest entry taking another chance at braving a new direction: online multiplayer. It puts a major focus on cooperating with other people in a world with perpetual activities that seek to sustain your engagement indefinitely. It’s an enormous game and there’s a lot to see. Because of its online nature, GameSpot staff got access to the full version of Fallout 76 on the day of its general release, so we’ve been playing alongside you and everyone else.
At the time of writing, I’ve spent three modest days with Fallout 76, leisurely soaking in the world, churning through quests, and cooperating with both friends and strangers to do quests, participate in public events, and explore. I’m a series-long Fallout fan who’s enjoyed every mainline entry and avoided 76’s beta tests with the intent of making sure my first taste was of the launch product. I’m compiling my early thoughts here and will be updating my opinion with a finalized review once I’ve taken enough time to dive deeper and see the breadth of what Fallout 76 has to offer.
Fallout 76 Beta's PC Ultra Settings Gameplay
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