Fallout 76 to Add New Vaults, Faction-Based PvP Post-Launch

Yolanda Curtis
November 14, 2018

Bethesda has flipped the power switch for Fallout 76 hours ahead of schedule. Players have been asking questions such as how to save the game and how to interact with other players, so we've created this guide in a bid to answer any and all of your questions. We weren't able to test PlayStation 4, but it stands to reason Fallout 76 can be accessed early there too.

Looks like Reclamation Day started a little early!

As an online game you probably wouldn't have expected much else, but when Fallout 76 is released on Wednesday, November 14 it'll come with a 51GB day one patch. In total, this means you'll need to clear just over 96GB from your hard drive to squeeze everything on your console. If you're thinking of preordering, scroll down and we'll outline which retailers are carrying the game. That said, though, it's good to see that the studio is giving fans a better idea as to what kind of DLC they should expect after the game's release later this week, especially considering that Fallout 76 will basically be adopting the ever-growing "games-as-a-service" distribution model. Like nearly all major titles, Bethesda has confirmed that the post-apocalyptic title will need to download a "Day One" patch, before the game is even playable. "With Fallout 76, we've woven together parts of our past Fallouts, the survival genre, and massive online games, to create something unique".

Fallout 76 Tricentennial Edition This one comes with bonus downloadable items, and is the default option on Bethesda's site. This is a pretty sizable game so you'll want to make sure you give it some time if you're planning on playing this right when it goes live.

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