New Fallout 76 Trailer Shows how Player-Built Bases will Persist Post-Nuke
An all-new animated trailer was shown at Microsoft's Gamescom conference for Fallout 76 showing how players can keep their bases after a disaster.
Base building is going to be a major part of the Fallout 76 gameplay loop and it’s important for some players to know that a well placed Fat Man won’t wreck it all and waste their time. A brand new animated trailer for Fallout 76–unveiled at Microsoft’s Gamescom conference–details the process of restoring your base.
Instead of having to start over from scratch, the game’s construction and assembly mobile platform (or C.A.M.P. for short) will allow players to place their saved base wherever they want for some caps. This is important because Bethesda has stated in the past that players will be able to unlock the ability to nuke an entire region of the map. So when your neighborhood gets irradiated, you’ll be able to start someplace new.
Though the information presented in the trailer isn’t new, the animation is and provides that classic Fallout humor to the notions of survival and capitalism. You can check it out in its entirety below.
In other Fallout news, Microsoft announced a new Xbox One bundles for the game which you can check out here.
Fallout 76 will release on PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on November 14. The beta will release first on the Xbox One and you can get into it by preordering the game via Amazon here.