There also won’t be a non-disclosure agreement for streams, videos and screenshots from the beta.
Bethesda Game Studios caused quite the confusion when clarifying its upcoming beta for Fallout 76 (not including the fact that there will be a smaller beta before it). In its most recent beta FAQ, the developer has revealed that the Fallout 76 beta is actually the full game.
At least that’s the plan. The developer noted that the current plan is that the beta “Will be the full game and all your progress is saved for launch.” There’s also no NDA on the content that players can share so those who want to post screenshots, videos or even stream about the game are welcome to do so.
To access the beta, one will need to pre-order, log in with their Bethesda.net account and then enter the code here. Bethesda noted that though players who pre-ordered will be randomly selected for the beta, Bethesda VP of marketing Pete Hines would later clarify that everyone would access the full beta from “start to finish”. So if you’re worried about potentially entering the beta late, you really shouldn’t be.
Fallout 76 is otherwise launching on November 14th for PS4, Xbox One and PC.