Bethesda revealed Fallout 76 Platinum Edition at $115 and opened pre-order.
Fallout 76 Platinum Edition includes:
- Digital Bonus: Digital version of this guide.
- Collector’s Case: Box.
- Numbered Art Print: Original Fallout 76 concept art.
- Three Mini-Journals: Notebooks with Tricentennial-themed cover art and 64 pages of either blank, lined, or grid paper.
- Appalachia Regional Postcard Pack: Custom six-postcard pack featuring art from each game region.
- Local Brew Beverage Coasters: Labels from all five in-game varieties of beer adorn these durable coasters.
- Premium Double-sided Map Poster: Poster map.
- Collector’s Edition Guide with Alternate Cover and Treatments: Hardcover guide, with alternate cover art, etc.
- Inside the Guide: Guide
To pre-order, visit here.
Fallout 76 beta will arrive first on Xbox One on October 23, and one week later for PlayStation 4 and PC on October 30.
In the interview with Metro UK, Bethesda‘s SVP of global marketing Pete Hines expressed the studio’s interest in the lifespan of their games. And said Fallout 76 will have infinite timeline.
“Well, they’re still playing Morrowind and you go online and look at how many people are playing Fallout 4 and Skyrim. Those games have been out for four and seven years, and there are literally hundreds of thousands of people playing those games every single day, every single month. So Fallout 76, our timeline is in perpetuity. Now what that content is gonna be, and what that’s gonna look like, I’m not sure.”
Enderal, a fan-created mod which gives you a total new experience in Skyrim, including landscape, lore and story, is coming to Steam. By owning the legal copy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim in Steam, you can play Enderal as free. Enderal is also coming with its own DLC, Forgotten Stories.
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In the interview with Game Informer, Bethesda revealed that a server in Fallout 76 will have 24 max players, caped at 4-player squads.
At the interview with IGN, in QuakeCon, 2018 Bethesda’s Senior VP of Marketing & Communication Pete Hines discussed why they’re not releasing Fallout 76 on Steam and future Bethesda’s title release on Steam.
“We did not announce all future Bethesda games will not be on Steam. That is not what we said. We said this game (Fallout 76) will be available exclusively on Bethesda.net.”
“We haven’t decided on anything else […] it’s an online, ongoing game. We feel like the best way for us to provide the best experience and service to our customers is to be dealing with them directly, and not through someone else.”
In short, Fallout 76 is not releasing on Steam because they want to service directly, for better player experience. And future title release is not yet decided.
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