Bethesda’s upcoming Fallout 76 has people all wired up specially after it was announced that Fallout 76 will also receive a beta before the final game comes out. The developers have been awfully quiet on any news on the beta but it appears that Pete Hines, Bethesda’s head, recently responded which gave us some sort of a hint that more details will be revealed about the demo this week.
A fan had asked on Twitter about how much content will be given in the beta and how much time will be given to players to play the beta. In response, Pete Hines responded that more information would be shared about the beta and that too hopefully this week.
Check out the tweet below.
we'll have more information for you on that soon. hopefully this week.
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) September 24, 2018
This shows that they will reveal more information about the beta soon and it will be most probably this week. If it is not this week, it will be revealed in the next week for sure. Fans who have been waiting for a long time can now be at ease that Bethesda has not forgotten about the beta and more news will be shared soon.
Fallout 76 is the upcoming RPG in the long running Fallout franchise by Bethesda. Fallout 76 is also the first Fallout, which will have online multiplayer, which is one of the reasons why fans are more curious about the game and waiting for it impatiently.
To actually play the beta, you will need to pre-order the game. Beta access is exclusive to all players who will pre-order the game. In addition, players on Xbox One will get access to the beta before the PC and PS4 players. The beta for Fallout 76 is currently scheduled to start on October 8.
What is even more strange is that Bethesda announced that the beta will be full game and not a chunk of the game like most betas. This is the main reason behind people asking questions such as how much time will be allowed for the beta and will players be able to play the beta until launch since it will be the full game.
The players who download and play the beta will get to keep all their progress from the beta and it will be transferred to the full game when it launches October 8. This also arises many questions such as whether the beta will be unlocked or another update will unlock the full game.
All these questions will be answered by Bethesda hopefully this week as mentioned by Pete Hines in his reply when they reveal more information about the beta.
Let us know in the comments section below whether you will be playing the beta or will purchase the game when it comes out.