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Bethesda announces entirely new game called Fallout 76

31 May 2018

Bethesda just dropped a nuclear bombshell today by announcing a brand new game in the Fallout series simply called Fallout 76.  No, this isn't the 76th entry in the Fallout series because the number just means the Vault that your player is from. Fallout 76 is reportedly going to take place around two hundred years before the events that occur in Fallout 3.  While not much else has been announced about the game yet, Kotaku speculates that the game will be an online survival type of RPG which is a departure to the normal single player experiences the franchise is known to be. That said, nothing official has been revealed as of yet.  More about the game will be announced at E3 2018 at Bethesda's own press conference. For now, only a teaser trailer has been releases that features a cover of Bob Denver's 'Take Me Home, Country Roads' song playing in the background. 

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