Fallout 76 will be Bethesda's first attempt at creating a fully online Fallout world which likely means there will be some growing pains and issues along the way, which are just some of the reasons Bethesda made a decision to hold the beta in the first place.
Speaking of which, Bethesda has also declared that all of Fallout 76's post-launch content will be free to everyone who already owns a copy of the game, as the company intends to fund the creation and release of DLC with revenue from microtransactions.
Fallout 76 has had more pre-release problems than I care to release, but for the sake of accurate reporting and word counts, I will. With a final install size of 51 gigabytes, only 0.0048% of the game is actually on the disc you buy. In total, this means you'll need to clear just over 96GB from your hard drive to squeeze everything on your console.
Fallout 76 is due to launch tomorrow, 14th November, for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, with progress from the beta carrying over to the full game.More news: Sara Ali Khan casts black magic on Indian Idol sets
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Fallout 76 servers have gone live early on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
It may not appear that way at first-when launching the game, we were treated to a menu screen saying "We'll see you for launch day on Wednesday, November 14", but clicking and waiting a few seconds brings up the "Play" menu, even in parts of the world where it's still Tuesday.
Fallout 76 will be available to play at 12:01 a.m. local time.