We recently had the chance to play Fallout 76, and saw first hand some of the subtle nuances and bigger changes happening with Bethesda's pivot to online. Coming to PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 14, Fallout 76 will be a very big change of pace for the series, which has become a point of contention for fans. With this in mind, we kept an eye out for the GameSpot audience's burning questions and concerns about what Fallout 76 is, what sort of game it can be.
In this video, Jean-Luc Seipke and Alessandro Fillari answered approximately 33 questions Fallout fans sent our way on Twitter and YouTube. With Fallout 76 focusing on survival gameplay and online play, while still holding onto the core RPG experience--there will no doubt be some noticeable adjustments that fans will have to get used to when diving into the post-apocalyptic RPG's take on West Virginia. We did our best to cover a variety of topics, which includes PvP gameplay, how survival systems work, and just how different V.A.T.S. is compared to other games.
Launching on November 14, the next post-apocalyptic RPG game in the Fallout series will definitely stand out amongst past games, but it's still one you'll want to keep an eye. For more info on our continuing coverage of Fallout 76, including over 50 minutes of direct gameplay and our detailed hands-on impressions, be sure to check out GameSpot for all the latest news and videos.