New Fallout 76 Video Presents “Atomics for Peace”

Bethesda Softworks has just released the final title in the Vault-Tec’s “You Will Emerge,” a series of short educational videos on the upcoming Fallout 76. Now, we got “Atomics for Peace” which shows us how to put our hands on nuclear launch codes and how to use nukes in Fallout 76.

Here’s how “Atomics for Peace” works in Fallout 76

Appalachia, the wasteland where the Fallout 76 action takes place, is not the ideal place to live in for the residents of the Vault. Once they emerge, the dwellers of the Vault will face many challenges and could meet other survivors that might show no compassion for them. So, once you journey on the roads of Appalachia, you may want to be cautious.

But, luckily, you can become the absolute leader, a fierce character in the wasteland that is Appalachia. To do that, you have to find, either alone or helped by you fellows, all the pieces of the nuclear launch codes. Once you have them, you’ll be able to launch nukes and destroy any target you may want.

However, every action you make leads to some different consequences, so be careful who you nuke. Not to mention the monsters that might pop up when you adventure in the areas you just destroyed.

Fallout 76 will be the ninth installment in the franchise

Fallout 76 will be an online multiplayer action role-playing video game created by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. The game would be the ninth installment in the Fallout franchise and the 4th game in the series developed by Bethesda.

Fallout 76, the next title in the franchise, would come out with great new adventures and puzzles for the series’ fans. In fact, it is a spinoff game in the franchise, and it’s a prequel to the series.

The new title in the franchise, Fallout 76, is due to hit shelves on November 14th, 2018, and will be available from Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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