The last thing we heard about Fallout 76 is that it won’t benefit from the cross-platform play that Sony is just starting to offer for some titles. Also, some time ago, Bethesda has come out and explained that, at this time, its primary goal is to finish polishing the game, correct the errors that appeared, and prepare the Beta version release. Well, now, they revealed the Fallout 76 BETA release date.
Fallout 76 BETA release date officially announced by Bethesda
According to the latest news coming directly from Bethesda, Fallout 76 BETA release date is set on October 23rd, 2018, for the Microsoft’s Xbox One, while on PlayStation 4 and Microsoft Windows, the Beta version would come out on October 30th.
Taking advantage of the considerable buzz surrounding the upcoming Fallout 76 and the announcement of the Fallout 76 BETA release date, Bethesda also published a new trailer video, which presents what new features and improvements the upcoming title of the famous franchise would bring.
The video briefly tells the story of how the world has ended up becoming nothing more than nuclear waste and introduces the new Vault 76 missions, around which the new game’s theme revolves.
Fallout 76 BETA would help Bethesda test the stability of the connections
According to Bethesda, the upcoming Fallout 76 BETA servers during the before mentioned periods will not be active 24 hours. Bethesda wants to set specific time frames to gather as many players as possible and thus test the stability of the connections.
The servers would probably be available for between 4 and 8 hours on those days (October 23rd for Xbox and October 30th for PS4 and PC).
Remember that Fallout 76 full version will roll out on November 14th for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. This Fallout 76 BETA is the final checkpoint before the release of the full version, for Bethesda to fix any connectivity problems that may arise to avoid crashes at launch.