Bethesda Softworks has finally announced that Bethesda Game Studios is working on a new game. The game is called Fallout 76, and the company has released a teaser video for fans to watch while giving them some minor details of the game.
Bethesda’s Fallout 76
A quick check of the video shows the Fallout 76’s Vault 76 imagery. You can also see an in-game character what appears to be wearing a vault jumpsuit. The character is also equipped with a Pip-Boy, and you can also see an old TV footage informing the occupants that they’ll have to rebuild society.
Another detail that you can see in the video is the decorative Reclamation Day. There’s also a gaming console showing the date is 2102, which would make this the earliest game set in the Fallout canon.
According to the game enthusiast, Fallout 76’s Vault 76 came as a surprise because it has not been revealed in the past games. And fans should be showing some excitement as early as now after Bethesda confirmed the game would be released for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Game studio Bethesda has earlier teased fans via its Twitter account on May 29, when it published an image that reads “Please stand by.” The company has posted a photo related to Fallout franchises.
Later, fans learned about the new game after Bethesda launched a Twitch livestream. During the live stream, Bethesda has used the same featured image on a TV in the background. The company would release more details on June 10.
Bethesda’s Wolfenstein II is coming to the Nintendo Switch in June 29 and will have a $60 price tag.
The highly-acclaimed Wolfenstein sequel was first released in October last year for Xbox One, Playstation 4 and for PCs. It will be available for Nintendo Switch on June 29.
Bethesda, the game’s developer, announced the release date earlier this week. They also gave out details of the pricing at $60.
The game is being transplanted to Nintendo Switch by Panic Button. They are the same company that was also in charge of transplanting Doom and Rocket League. Similar to the Switch version of Doom, Wolfenstein II may also have the motion operation function installed.
A review by IGN described the game to have an “amazingly high quality screenplay and acting”. They also conclude that it is a “wonderful single play FPS”.
Although there might be visual and performance trade-offs in transplanting the game to Switch, Bethesda assures fans otherwise. According to the company, Wolfenstein II will include the “complete, uncensored, award-winning story and signature gameplay” of the original.