Fallout 76 is now official! Bethesda’s teasing stream has ended, thus, a teaser trailer is released.
Bethesda Game Studios, makers of Skyrim and Fallout 4, has ended its teasing stream that went on for a whole day as they finally release Fallout 76’s teaser. The teaser showed Fallout’s shelter and the name of the game at the end. However, not much of the information about this game are discussed yet. Good news is, Bethesda confirmed things will be discussed on this year’s Bethesda E3 Showcase happening on June 10th in Los Angeles, California. Check Fallout 76’s teaser video below:
Fans who have been staring or atleast, who have seen Bethesda’s live stream for the whole day have been gifted with this trailer. Bethesda has promised a lot of big things this year at E3, including New Vegas. Fallout 76 will be released on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
“Please stand by”
Bethesda’s teasing started with a tweet saying “Please stand by” and then a long stream from the studio started. What’s on the stream? Just a Vault-Boy figure in front of a television. Their tweet was followed by a series of tweets from fans who looked like were really glued to the stream actually waiting for something to show up.
The teaser didn’t show anything particular about the game itself. It’s just the underground vault, Pip Boy, and John Denver’s Take Me Home playing in the background. E3 is just a few weeks away! It seemed like the company couldn’t wait much longer to release the trailer. If ever you wouldn’t be able to make it to E3, you don’t have to worry. They will be livestreaming the press conference on YouTube.com/BethesdaSoftworks and Twitch.TV/Bethesda. Fallout 76 will not be the only news you’ll hear about on E3, as Bethesda confirms the release of Starfield. More details about their projects will be presented on the 10th of June.