It should also help cut down on the amount of oddities in the game world, though it wouldn't be a Bethesda game without some weird things happening.
Now in pre-production at Bethesda Game Studios, the acclaimed developers of Skyrim and Fallout 4.
Fallout 76 will feature the same base building functionality as seen in Fallout 4, but players will be able to build anywhere, and move built items anywhere.
Fallout 76 will be different from all other entries to the series.
With "all-new lighting, rendering" technology that's vastly improved compared to past Fallout titles, Bethesda's Todd Howard confirmed.
The Fallout 76 beta hasn't got a release date, but will need to land before the game goes live in November.
Currently, there is no way to sign up for the beta on Bethesda's website or social media accounts.
If you're a gamer, you probably don't need to be told that this year's big E3 conference is now underway.
For those who missed the conference, Fallout 76 is a multiplayer survival game that allows dozens of players to inhabit one world.
Meanwhile, Fallout Shelter will have a release on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch - and its going to come out later today. Fans likely may not get to play the games until the next generation of consoles, bout you can check out both trailers in the players below! There was no word about private servers or a way to remove the PvP side of the game.
I would complain that this was a trailer of nothing, but then again, 37 seconds of fog and grass kind of wraps up most Elder Scrolls games nicely.
As suspected, Vault 76 opens 25 years after the apocalyptic nuclear war.