Bethesda Game Studios Prepare for Fallout 76 Launch with Heartfelt Letter Mentioning Future Plans

Bethesda Game Studios Prepare for Fallout 76 Launch with Heartfelt Letter Mentioning Future Plans

Character improvements. faction-based PvP systems, and more on the way for Fallout 76.

Fallout 76 will be launching this week, and ahead of launch the official Bethesda Games Studios’ Twitter account posted a Tweet with a letter included in the photo.

The letter reads:

“It’s with great excitement that we’re finally launching Fallout 76. A Fallout game unlike anything we’ve done. Really, it’s a game unlike any we’ve ever played.

It’s been our privilege and passion to build games that transport you into new worlds and new experiences. With Fallout 76. we’ve woven together parts of our past Fallouts, the survival genre, and massive online games, to create something unique. A game where you share in the story, and the struggle to survive, with your friends, with strangers, and with us.

A huge thanks to everyone at Bethesda and ZeniMax who supported us in making this game. Creating a new style of game has taken the best from not just our own producers, programmers, artists, and designers – but great efforts from across the company. Special thanks to our friends at ZeniMax Online, id, and Arkane who helped us. And thanks to everyone in publishing, IT, Bethesda.Net, Customer Service, Admin, and our incredible partners in QA.

And a special thank you to all our fans who participated in the BETA, with your help we’ve made the game better each week. And this is just the beginning. We have an incredible list of updates we’ve begun work on, from CAMP building improvements, new quests and events, new Vaults opening, character respecing, a faction-based PvP system, and much more.

We hope your journey in Fallout 76 is as fun and as rewarding as it was for us to build it. We can’t wait to see where the country roads take you.

All our best,

Bethesda Game Studios”

The last paragraph thanking the players sticks out with hints at future content and features. Building improvements and character respecing were no doubt going to be introduced thanks to feedback from the beta sessions. A faction-based PvP system is something I personally haven’t heard about for the title, but I’m excited to see where the title goes with future support.

We’ve recently seen the live-action trailer for the title and also seen many players take part in a bunch of beta sessions. Pete Hines has also recently announced that he believes Fallout 76 is planned to last “forever”, further making the plans for the future more exciting.

Fallout 76 will be launching on November 14 for PC, Xbox One, and PS4. You can pre-order it on Amazon and be ready to jump right in when it launches, but keep in mind that the Day One patch is planned to be larger than the game.

 


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