The trailer even features the dialogue, "In Vault 76, our future begins". A voice also comes to life in the trailer saying "When the fighting has stopped and the fallout has settled, you must rebuild".More news: Italy's euroskeptic candidate for economy minister seeks to reassure president
Although details on Fallout 76 are still scarce, from what we can gather, it seems this game will fall into a different genre altogether. Vault 76 was originally created to open only 20 years after the nukes wiped out the world (as opposed to the 200 years later that Fallout 3 and 4 took place in), which would make the world far less civilized and hostile, enabling Bethesda's ability to tie online survival elements into the game. With Rage 2, Fallout 76, and the long-teased Prey DLC, this year's show will likely give us a very substantial look at what's to come with the next Fallout game. We might be getting a 1970s influenced Fallout game.
The new Fallout game will be one of the earliest instalments in the game's timeline, apparently set just a few decades after the original bombs fell. Bethesda's made strides in supporting the Switch with ports of Skyrim, Wolfenstein, and DOOM, but a port of Fallout 76 for Nintendo's hybrid console wasn't confirmed with today's announcement. It is also mentioned in one of the alien captive recorded logs (no.13) recorded by Giles Wolstencroft, a Vault-Tec official who was abducted while inspecting the vault's construction site. The previous generations had two Fallout games, both Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas were critically acclaimed and loved by fans. The trailer showcases a single Vault-dweller with the numbers "76" written on the back of his jumpsuit. That's about all we know, so let's get into some guesswork. More information will be available at Bethesda's E3 2018 conference.More news: Hamas: Gaza groups agree to truce if Israel ceases fire
Despite this difference in decade, and in genre, the song used in the Fallout 76 trailer still ignites that old flame in our heart for spelunking through the wasteland.More news: Chelsea owner Abramovich immigrates to Israel, becomes country's richest citizen
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