With Bethesda now dipping its toes into the shared world, games-as-a-service (GaaS) genre with Fallout 76, some might be wondering just how big this version of the Wasteland set in West Virginia is.
Fallout 76 is a hotly anticipated game that's set to release on November 14. The image features Vault 76 along with locations all over the world such as Mothman Museum and Uncanny Caverns.
Here's something you can see though: The full map for Fallout 76!
The game developer stated that the beta will run for only a few hours each day starting Saturday and ending a few days before release, which is expected to bring a large volume of players to the server at a given time.
Now that we've got that cleared up, what exactly is the West Virginia Tourist Office getting out of this partnership? According to the official website, the 112,544-square-foot bunker is situated some 70 feet below the Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia.
The West Virginia government is excited about their state's inclusion in the game.
"It's finally time the rest of the world sees what a gem West Virginia is", said Justice.
"Our goal is to welcome and and every one of the game's players to Almost Heaven". The first leg of this will begin on October 23 for Xbox One, but some fans will have a chance to try it out even sooner than that.
"We were considering either West Virginia or Pennsylvania, but I decided I liked West Virginia more", said Nathan Purkeypile, who spent months touring the Mountain State incognito, visiting many landmarks, both obscure and world-famous.
Once the Insider app is installed and running, players who pre-ordered digitally should navigate to the Insider Content tab and look for the Fallout 76 Stress Test.
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