Fallout 76: Bethesda Reveals The Responders
Bethesda is sharing a lot of information about Fallout 76 lately in order to tease us with what it might be the best Fallout game ever released. The developer has now revealed via Twitter a new faction called the Responders who will be responsible of emergency services.
It is scheduled to be released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 14, Fallout 76 will feature an online multiplayer action role-playing gameplay. It is the ninth game in the Fallout series and serves as a narrative prequel to the series.
Check the reveal tweet here:
All across America, they were the first to run into danger: the brave fire fighters, police officers and medical professionals who selflessly served their communities. After the bombs fell, they formed the Responders. Their mission – help each other… no matter the cost. pic.twitter.com/CxonTtnqTa
— Fallout (@Fallout) October 19, 2018
“It’s not exactly clear how factions will work in a game that doesn’t have Bethesda’s traditional NPCs in it – Fallout 76 is experimenting with the idea of having other real humans play those parts. So it goes without saying that factions clearly won’t work the way they have in previous games. Instead, it’s possible that the Responders is a group you can either join in the game, or perhaps align yourself with when you create your character.
The Responders is an interesting bit of lore, though – it ties Fallout’s pre-war world together with its scorched present. And there’s something vaguely ominous about the “help each other” line that is reminiscent of The Division’s Cleaners faction.”
Fallout 76 will feature an open world four times the size of that of Fallout 4. The game world is called “Appalachia” and is a representation of West Virginia. It features recreations of real locations in the region, including the West Virginia State Capitol, The Greenbrier, Woodburn Circle, New River Gorge Bridge, and Camden Park.The game will also feature numerous new mutated monsters, several of which—such as the Mothman and the Flatwoods monster—were inspired by West Virginian folklore.
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