Fallout 76's BETA Dated For All Platforms; Here's Its In-Game Intro

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Bethesda has today revealed that the much anticipated Fallout 76 beta will launch on Tuesday, October 23rd for Xbox One players and Tuesday, October 30th for PlayStation 4 and PC. There are definitely a lot of people curious to see if the Fallout formula can work in a multiplayer game, and those people don't necessarily need to wait until the game launches to find out.

Two months out from the game's full release, Bethesda has now let us know that players will be able take part in the " Break-It Early Test Application" this October. This caused fans to assume Hines was hinting at possible cross-play for Fallout 76. The beta will weigh in at 45GB and no pre-load will be available.

This an exciting new journey for Fallout - and for us! As for the game itself, the next entry into the Fallout series debuts on November 14th on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.

The BETA is planned to show off Fallout 76 in its entirety, meaning the full game is accessible and all progress can be carried over to the official release - but you better hope your free time coincides with Bethesda's schedule.

On any given day the game might be up for anywhere between four to eight hours.

During the B.E.T.A period, we will provide regular updates on when the servers will be live through @Fallout on Twitter, the Bethesda.net forums and our Bethesda.net Status Page.

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Fallout 76 is out for Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on 14th November.