Fallout 76 News
THIS WEEK IN BUSINESS | Stories of ongoing or aspiring success from studios big and small that had rough starts on games such as Fallout 76, No Man's Sky, and Anthem.
Pete Hines says it wasn't just about the brand, but pride.
Put your power armor helmet where it belongs.
Doom Eternal, Elder Scrolls: Blades on Switch, and lots more from the Bethesda press conference.
The online-only Fallout 76 jumps onto the trend.
In a year for Epic Games Store, Bethesda chose Steam.
Todd Howard reveals that Fallout 76 had a difficult development.
Fallout 76's final Wild Appalachia patch goes live next week.
Repair Kits are coming, but it will cost you.
Bethesda outlines how it will solve the endgame legendary items loop too.
Watch Kat, Nadia, and Mike live at PAX East! And read all of our articles too.
You can now be a bartender in West Virginia. The post-apocalyptic version of it, I mean.
A seasonal event and survival mode are all coming this month.
As well as a few highlights from the next major patch.
Just Cause 4, F1 2018, and Lego Batman 2 round out the month.
Here's what's coming to Fallout 76 in 2019.
Vault 63 is real, and there are photos to prove it.
Practically giving it away.
Here we go again... again.
Bethesda has found the thin line between love and hate.
Wooby destroyer of worlds.
More bug fixes and a free gift. What's not to like?
Rest easy, a hotfix is coming very soon.
No mutually assured destruction for Fallout 76 players.
"What're you buying" at an unspecified date in the future?
EA's Battlefield 5 also faced slowed sales.
Time to hibernate for the winter.
No passwords or full credit card information were revealed.
Home addresses and phone numbers.
Fallout 76 Patch 18.104.22.168 adds new issues and a host of undocumented changes.
Two more updates are scheduled for December.
A group of Fallout 76 were permanently banned following a homophobic attack.
C.A.M.P. fixes and balance changes.
This isn't what I ordered.
It's been a cold, hard November for Bethesda.
PS4 bundles include FIFA 19, Spider-Man, Black Ops 4, and Fallout 76.
Spyro burns past the competition.
For PC and physical console purchases - PS4 and Xbox One digital store buyers still need to wait.
Mods were made in nine hours. Imagine what could be made in nine months.
You can see all your favorite people (and cartoons?) on a Bethesda-hosted Fallout 76 livestream next week.
Houston, we have a problem.
Wolfenstein Youngblood is coming to the Switch.
We recommend it if you want the most out of the Fallout 76 beta.
It was the satellites all along.
A new Digital Foundry graphical breakdown of Fallout 76.
Your life is no longer miserable if you're hauling around too many goods in Fallout 76.
"Three years ago, we were in a different place."
PS4 and PC Fallout 76 Beta is one week later on October 30.
Allowing offline play would require Fallout 76 to be completely re-engineered.
There’s a Fallout 76 Xbox One X bundle on the way as well.
Players keen to scorch Rhynocs need to wait a little longer.
If you want to be a jerk in Fallout 76, prepare to pay dearly.
Escalation Studios is now Bethesda Game Studios Dallas.
Bethesda is almost ready to let players get a taste of Fallout 76.
Pete Hines points out how a little "stranger danger" can jazz up an RPG.
Bethesda isn't pivoting to live-service games.
Bethesda's country roads build homes.
Bethesda has released new info surrounding the Fallout 76 beta, and it's not good news for PS4 players.
In a new interview with GameCrate, Pete Hines lays down the law.
A lot of work goes into crafting a multiplayer apocalypse. See for yourself.
Todd Howard dishes more details on Fallout 76 on YouTube Live at E3.
Bethesda did not screw around for E3 2018.
A reveal during the Bethesda E3 conference will be backed up by a huge advertising mural currently being installed in Los Angeles
Bethesda made the most of a 24 hour livestream to reveal the latest entry in the Fallout series.
Bethesda's teaser for its new Fallout game is a mysterious piece of work.