If you want to go straight to the trailer, skip to 4:36.
Bethesda confirms that they will not launch Fallout 76 on Steam through beta FAQ and interview with PC Gamer. Which means you have to purchase and play the game in Bethesda.net, on PC.
Todd Howard revealed that Fallout 76 will have private servers at post launch, which you can apply mods and change the rules of the game.
Full quote: “When you come into play you can see the other players but you will not be forced to interact with them; you can play on your own. You can see them but you do not have to fight them. Maybe you can use them to exchange items, to join a team, or you can visit their camp. There are a lot of things you can do with other players that is not a comparison with weapons. However, one of our long-term plans is to have servers where you can live your lonely world. You alone. Or at the limit where you can invite only your friends; or you can apply mods and change the rules at your discretion. All of this is in our projects but there will not be at the launch of the game.”
Day 1 – EA
- Battlefield V
Day 2 – Xbox / Microsoft
- Metro Exodus
- Forza Horizon 4
- Cyberpunk 2077
Day 2 – Bethesda
- RAGE 2
- DOOM Eternal
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood
- Skyrim: Very Special Edition
- Fallout 76
- The Elder Scrolls VI
Day 3 – Ubisoft
- Skull & Bones
- Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2
OC from GitHyp.
E3 2018 Peak Concurrent Viewers on Twitch
- Microsoft / Xbox: 1.7 Million viewers (1.1 Million in 2017)
- Ubisoft: 1.6 Million viewers (986K in 2017)
- Sony / PlayStation: 1.5 Million viewers (926K in 2017)
- Bethesda: 964K viewers (233K in 2017)
- PC Gaming Show: 893K viewers (552K in 2017)
- Nintendo / Switch: 679K viewers (292K in 2017)
- EA (Electronic Arts): 528K viewers (676K in 2017)