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New ‘Fallout 76’ Vault-Tec Video Looks At The Nuclear Option
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Fallout 76 "Atomics for Peace" Vault-Tec Video

During E3 2018 we got much more information on Fallout 76, Bethesda’s gigantic new game set in the Fallout universe you’ll be able to explore with friends.

One of the things we learned about, was that the game would have nukes. And not the tiny—though still very much deadly—mini nukes we’re used to collecting during these games. But actual, full-size nuclear warheads. On your adventures you can find pieces of a launch code, and if you’re able to find a full launch code or other players with pieces who will join with you to form a full code, you can then choose to obliterate a location on the map if you so wish.

Bethesda’s latest Vault-Tec animated video has been released, which educates viewers on this nuclear option. You can find that video and more below.

ABOUT THE VIDEO:

Courtesy of our friends at Vault-Tec comes the final installment in the You Will Emerge animated video series – the official source for tips on surviving life outside of Vault 76. In today’s episode, learn to work together with fellow survivors to harness the power of the atom! On your adventures across the untamed wasteland of Appalachia, you may stumble upon fragments of nuclear launch codes. Work together with other survivors, or not, to piece together code fragments and discover the ultimate weapon – nuclear missiles.

With great power comes big decisions! Do you take the noble path and help beat back the threat of menacing Scorchbeasts by obliterating the fissures from which they emerge? Maybe you’d rather take aim at your fellow survivors? Whatever your choice, tread carefully in the temporary blast zone – high-level threats stand between you and the area’s rare and valuable materials!

You can click right here for more videos and trailers for the game you might have missed.

If interested, you can also pre-order a copy of the game on Xbox One, PS4, and PC now.

Fallout 76 will be released on November 14th.

NOTE: During Bethesda’s E3 2018 showcase, we saw parts of the animated “Atomics for Peace” video mixed with some actual gameplay footage. If you missed that, the gameplay video has also been added below.

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You Will Emerge! Brought to you by the Vault-Tec American Tricentennial Committee. Today’s episode, “Atomics for Peace: The Keys to Lasting Success”.

Life outside of Vault 76 may be more hostile than you’re used to. This latest episode gives you the upper hand against any foe that stands in your way, with nuclear missiles.


Go it alone or with fellow survivors to unlock access to the ultimate weapon – Nuclear Missiles. Watch the Intro to Nukes, featured in the Bethesda E3 Showcase.

This destruction also creates a high-level zone with rare and valuable resources. Do you protect or unleash the power of the atom? The choice is yours.

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