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- Fallout 76
Fallout 76 has been released, with the online multiplayer RPG finally making its way to PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The game is quite a bit different from what Fallout fans have come to expect from the post-apocalyptic series, introducing a variety of new ideas that turn the franchise on its head.
As always, GameRevolution has been on the frontline with its coverage of this new release, providing you with everything you need to know before and after you pick it up. Check out our launch day features and guides below, with updates set to come as we learn more about the new game:
Fallout 76 bucks the trend of single-player Fallout games, with our impressions of the game detailing how it differentiates itself from previous entries in the series. Is this a Wasteland worth exploring, or should Bethesda have stuck to its tried-and-tested formula?
Fallout presents a world that falls at the hand of nuclear warfare, with its populace having decided to stay in stasis since World War II. This means that everything has a ’50s aesthetic, giving Fallout one of the most distinctive settings in the entire medium. This feature explores the appeal of the franchise’s post-apocalyptic world, along with some of the other best alternate histories in gaming.
Fans of the game will be pleased to hear that Bethesda is planned to continue support of it further down the line. The next update will introduce a variety of new changes, and you can read them all here.
The Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition got the GameRevolution team thinking about collector’s editions in general. Let us know your thoughts on them in this edition of Tell GR.
There’s only one way to become the King or Queen of the Wasteland, and that’s to max out your SPECIAL stats. This walkthrough teaches players how to do exactly that.
Mutation serums grant players some pretty unique in-game abilities, with the likes of the Marsupial, Chameleon, and Scaly Skin serum offering game-changing powers. Find out how to get them here.
Screws are an important crafting item in Fallout 76, but getting your hands on them can be tricky. In this guide, we walk you through how to gather yourself a mountainous supply of them, ensuring there will be no screw shortages in your post-apocalypse.
This rare material is required to repair damaged armor, so if you want to ensure that you’re able to defend yourself in the Wasteland, you’ll want to read our farming guide.
Deathclaws may not look particularly friendly, but anything goes in the post-apocalypse. Here’s our guide on how to get them on your side in the Wasteland.
Everybody loves dogs, but is one coming to the latest Fallout game? We explore the possibilities of receiving another Dogmeat companion.