Nintendo, Xbox, and Fallout dominated social media buzz during the convention.
Set ambushes or avoid combat altogether in the online title.
It seems like PS4 and PC owners will have to wait a bit for the beta to hit their platforms.
Every E3 has its share of pros and cons. Let's take a look at the cons.
Bethesda's Pete Hines goes into detail about several of the game's mechanics.
"Softcore survival", indeed.
These are the most important things we've learned about Fallout 76 at E3.
Bethesda also wants to "double down" on features that players love.
Plus, nukes can't destroy your settlements permanently.
He also confirms that Fallout 76 has Bethesda's largest team ever working on it.
Microsoft's stage offered tons of exciting announcements and game reveals.
It can still be played entirely single player, though.
With a sweet ass special edition announced, too.
Plus, Fallout 4 is now on Game Pass.
Here's what we're hoping to see in Bethesda's upcoming megaton.
The listing has since been changed to December 31st 2019 by the retail site.
Fallout 76 might be online-focused, but according to a new report, it will still have a narrative focus.
It might be best to just wait before freaking out...
This might not be the next big Bethesda RPG you were waiting for...
It will feature a story, quests, base-building and multiplayer mechanics.