Fallout 76

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Fallout 76
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About Fallout 76

About this game

Developed and published by Bethesda. 

Welcome to a new addition to the Fallout franchise, where you'll explore a wasteland, build, and complete missions alone or co-op.

You've been chosen

It's been 25 years since the bombs fell and devastated Earth. Now, you and your fellow Vault Dwellers — all chosen from the nation's best and brightest — are to emerge into the post-nuclear America on Reclamation Day, 2102! Go forth and conquer the broken wilds.

Immersive questline

Upon the moment you leave Vault 76, you'll begin a deep storyline that uncovers the secrets of West Virginia. Make enemies or build friendships with the people you encounter on your journey, and experience Appalachia through its resident's eyes.

Create your character

First thing first — you have to create your own character with the S.P.E.C.I.A.L system and set off into the world to forge your own reputation, walk your own path, and explore the untamed wastelands! 

Witness West Virginia

With six different regions to explore, you'll have plenty to discover! From the forests of Appalachia to the noxious expanses of the Cranberry Bog — every new place poses new threats and risks but many rewards too! 

Set up C.A.M.P.

Thanks to the all-new Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform — or C.A.M.P — you'll be able to build anywhere in the world to provide yourself with proper shelter, supplies, and much-needed safety. You can even set up a shop to trade with other survivors! 

Product Requirements

Requires 64-bit processor and operating system OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required) Processor: Intel Core i5-6600k 3.5 GHz/AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz or equivalent Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB/AMD Radeon R9 285 2GB or equivalent Memory: 8 GB RAM Storage: 60 GB of free disk space Internet access and free Bethesda.net account required to install.

Requires 64-bit processor and operating system OS: Windows 7/8.1/10 Processor: Intel Core i7-4790 3.6 GHz / AMD Ryzen 5 1500X 3.5 GHz Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 4GB / AMD R9 290X 4GB Memory: 8 GB RAM Storage: 60 GB of free disk space Internet access and free Bethesda.net account required to install.

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81% of users would recommend this.
3.9

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Vacant
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GAMEPLAY Alright So First Let's Get Into The Leveling In This Game And How Its Different From Other Fallouts, So When You Level Up In This Game You Put A Point Into One Of Your Special Traits And Select A Card In That Trait And You Collect Multiple Of The Same Cards To Upgrade It From Tier 1 Up To Tier 3, If You Have Any Duplicate Cards That You Don't Need You Scrap Them From Legendary Points And Then You Use The points To Upgrade Legendary Cards Which You Can Have Up To 3 Legendary Cards Equipped You Just Need To Level Up To Unlock The Slots And Choose What Legendary Cards You Want To Use, I Actually Really Like This Card System And I Think It Works Well With This Game, So Of Course You Explore And Do Quest Like Every Other Fallout Game But In This Fallout There Is Just Going To Be Way Less NPC’s Involved In The Quest There Will Be NPCs But Just Way Less, You Can Also Get A Companion But Instead Of Them Following You Into battle Or Doing Anything Useful They Just Stay At Your Base And Give You Missions To Complete Their Quest Line So I Think The Companions Are Way Less Interesting, And Once Your Done With Their Quest Line There Is Zero Purpose For Them, There Are A Couple Main Quest Lines That You Will Want To Go Trough And Collect All The Rewards And Special Legendary Guns, There Are Challenges Like World, Survival, Daily, Weekly And More, Daily And Weekly Challenges Give You Score Which Will Level up The Fallout Seasons Scoreboard For Rewards, And The Other Challenges Will Give You Atoms Or Card Packs, There Is Also A daily Operation That Changes Every Day, It Will Change Maps, Enemy Types, And Enemy Mutations, And The Faster You Can Complete It The More Rewards You Will Get But The Extra Time Rewards You Can Only Get Once Per Day, You Can Build Your Camp Pretty Much Wherever You Want As Long As It's Not Too Close To Someone Else’s Camp Or A Premade Location But A Lot Of Stuff Thats Cool Or Stuff You Want In Your Camp Is In The Atom Shop, You Can Also Build A Basic Underground Vault but If You Want Your Vault To Look Better You Got To Toss Some Atoms At The Shop Tho You Can Earn A Good Chunk OF Atoms By Completing Challenges, You have Some Storage At Your Camp Or In Special Locations That You Can Store Up To 800 Pounds Which Is Stupid It Should Be At Least 1000 If Not Even More I Think Is Dumb To Make Storage That Small Because Your Not Going To Want To Waste Your Storage On Displaying Weapons Or Anything Like In Fallout 4 You Could Have A display...
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Not good even if you get it cheap?.

Grogzillastein
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Very hard to do anything in the world without getting killed all of the time, hard to get caps to buy stuff, hate the fact you need to buy mods to build things from the atoms store. Can't save your last position so if you do get killed to continue on. Very poor overall gaming experience I have very had, will not support or refer this game!?. Ha!.
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Contest entry
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It's ok. Don't get it unless it's on sale, though
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Fanatical User
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If you are a big fan of Fallout games and you enjoyed playing Fallout 4 than you will enjoy this because you can relive those memory playing with you friends or find new friends during your wandering.
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always make sure a power core is already in the armor before you enter it

Oberon
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From what everyone has heard about the game over the past few years its been out, still a buggy mess. Not to say that i wasnt fun, yes i still played for about 90 hours, although i did somehow LOSE track of the main mission, which was horrible game design. Some of the bugs havent been fixed since the alpha, like if you enter a power armor that doesnt have a core inside of it already youll crash.
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Recommended

anchovie15
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Always loved this game - even before all of the updates
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Recommended

mhag101
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From the Fallout franchise this is fairly standard fair. Now with added micro transactions and multiplayer. They've added more ability to build a semi mobile home base, and make it your own. Plenty of ways to get your PVP fix. All in all another edition of Fallout.
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It's a Bethesda Fallout game as usual
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It's a Bethesda Fallout game as usual. There's lots of questing content, other players are not really required.
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