The Fallout franchise is in continuation as expected. By knowing official the release date, it’s a bit fair and evident for a Beta release to become available a month before its official release. Well, as expected, the Fallout 76 Beta will become available during October. The alleged info was also shared by Bethesda, confirming the exact piece of information.
Those who have already pre-ordered the game will have an advantage over those who haven’t. Meaning, it’s a lot familiar for them to receive a Beta invitation before others since the early-stage will be not that populated. However, as Bethesda stated, more people will have the chance to Join the Beta phase and experience the game by themselves as the time goes on. This also strikes a nerve to a certain amount of players who have also pre-ordered the game but will miss the chance to experience it. This means Bethesda will have to host an OPEN BETA, which will gather a more significant number of players.
Starting in October well be selecting people who have pre-ordered the game from a participating retailer to enter our B.E.T.A. We’ll start small and grow over time as we prepare for launch. To clarify, everyone who pre-orders at a participating retailer will be included in the B.E.T.A.
Therefore, as Pete Hines claimed, Fallout 76’s Beta will be available during October, which is a month before a release. Like many others do, it feels like it’s the right time (not too late nor early) so players could forget the taste and lose the hype.
Fallout 76 will be an Open World Online Multiplayer, which is going to contribute to a more enhanced PVP experience. There will be specific difficulties and benefits, which will optimize the PVP environment and clarify a crisp image of the PVP perspective. Among them, the fast travel, which will allow players to travel across specific points on the map quickly.
However, after all of the information has been cleared, Bethesda’s next stop is Gamescom 2018, where Fallout 76 will also take place in their presentation. It is more than expected for Bethesda to allow a quick peek of Fallout 76 first steps, enabling visitors to take a seat and experience some of the Fallout 76 content before others.