Bethesda sheds some light on the game's main narrative.
Fallout 76 will present players with plenty of options in almost all aspects of gameplay.
Regardless of damage caused on an enemy, all players will receive loot in the process.
Bethesda is also embracing the concept of "value" over "replayability".
Along with these, Turtle Beach’s new Elite Pro 2 + SuperAmp Pro Performance Gaming Audio System has also been unveiled.
"There's no way to make any more," says Bethesda's Pete Hines.
Additionally, dates for the game's beta are coming... soon?
The bundle will come with a month each of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold.
The new tool will allow players to establish their base anywhere in the post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Work together to survive this harsh post apocalyptic wasteland.
DOOM Eternal "may or may not" be on Steam- this situation is "specific to Fallout 76".
QuakeCon 2018 has brought tons of new details for the upcoming online-centric title.
We're six months into 2018 but there are tons of other great games to look forward to.
The game and the beta test will not be released on Steam.
There also won't be a non-disclosure agreement for streams, videos and screenshots from the beta.
Reading between the lines between the lines.
Pete Hines assuages a bunch of worried fans online.
Players will be selected at random.
Fallout 76, Rage 2, The Elder Scrolls Online, and others will also receive new updates.
Bethesda will also answer questions regarding Fallout 76 at the upcoming QuakeCon panel.