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E3 2018: ‘Fallout 76’ Gameplay Trailer, Details, Release Date
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Fallout 76

Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout 76 was unveiled with a cinematic trailer at the end of last month. But that didn’t tell us anything about what the game actually was. There were rumors that it was some sort of online game, but nothing official.

Now we know much more about the game. At E3 2018, a new trailer was released showing the game in action, and that was followed by much more gameplay. It was also confirmed that this is in fact an online game you can play with friends and strangers. But thankfully, you can also play solo if you prefer. The game is a monster, too, as it will be four times larger than Fallout 4.

See how the game looks and get details on what it is and when you’re going to be able to play it below.

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The Drill Down 527: Gawd Damn Privacy Requests!
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Drill Down 527: Gawd Damn Privacy Requests

On this week’s The Drill Down podcast, Netflix is bigger than Disney (briefly), is Amazon secretly recording your conversations?, has your internet router been hijacked by Russian hackers?, why you’re seeing all those pesky privacy notices… and much, much more.

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‘Fallout 76’ Announced By Bethesda With First Trailer
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Fallout 76

Earlier this week Bethesda sent out a “Please Stand By” tweet, teasing an imminent Fallout announcement and immediately exciting the masses. Many, myself included, assumed it was probably for Fallout 4 on Nintendo Switch or something along those lines. Many, myself also included, hoped it might be another side game similar to Fallout: New Vegas, which was developed by Obsidian Entertainment instead of Bethesda and was released just two years after Fallout 3 (It’s been around two and a half years now since Fallout 4 was released). Today, Bethesda unveiled what it is: Fallout 76.

What exactly Fallout 76 is, well, that remains to be seen. But it most definitely is not a Nintendo Switch port. To reveal the game a teaser trailer has been released, which you can check out below.

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See The Secrets Of ‘Skyrim’ and ‘Fallout 4’ You Missed While Playing (Videos)
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Skyrim #1

In the latest episode of “Boundary Break,” a video series in which YouTube user Shesez takes video game fans to places they can’t reach while playing to discover hidden secrets, Bethesda Game Studios’ instant classic The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is explored. It shares peeks at things like what your character looks like before you customize your appearance, what areas look like before you enter, a sneaky developer trick hiding below vendors, and more.

And to make this is a nice Bethesda-themed post, an older episode uncovering the secrets of the developer’s latest hit Fallout 4 can also be found below.

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‘Fallout 4’ Game Of The Year Re-Release Announced; Pip-Boy Editions Available
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Fallout 4

If you’ve not yet played Bethesda Game Studios’ massive open-world post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout 4, or if you played the main game but none of the post-release downloadable content, a re-release of the game is on the way.

Bethesda has announced that a Game of the Year Edition of the game is on the way, which will include all of the DLC. On top of that, it’s been revealed that there will be Pip-Boy Editions—which come with a replica of the handy Pip-Boy you use in the game—for the GOTY re-release as well.

More information can be found below.

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E3 2017: ‘Fallout 4 VR’ and ‘DOOM VFR’ Trailers
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Fallout 4 VR Trailer

Bethesda has said in the past that their post-apocalyptic sequel Fallout 4 would be coming to virtual reality. During their E3 2017 showcase, we got an idea of what this will look like.

Bethesda has released a trailer for Fallout 4 VR. They also released a trailer for a VR game based on another one of their recent hits, DOOM VFR. You can read more and watch both trailers below.

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‘Fallout 4’ Available To Play For Free This Weekend
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Fallout 4 Screenshots #2

If you’re one of the few people on this planet of ours who has yet to play Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG hit Fallout 4, this weekend is your chance to take it for a test drive.

The game is available to play for free to those who do their gaming on Xbox and Steam from today, May 25th, to this Sunday, May 28th (early May 29th for some). The full game and season pass will also be available to purchase permanently at a discount if you dig your time playing for free. And while PlayStation players aren’t in on the free trial, they will have the same chance to purchase at a discount, which is very much worth your coin.

More below, including a trailer to announce the free weekend.

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‘Fallout Shelter’ Now Available On Xbox One, Windows 10
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Fallout Shelter

Back when we were all anxiously awaiting an in-depth look at Fallout 4 at Bethesda Game Studios’ E3 2015 presentation, Bethesda’s Todd Howard dropped a little surprise on everyone: they had been also working on a mobile game set in the same universe titled Fallout Shelter, and it was going to be released that very same night.

The game was released for iOS, Android, and PC, and did pretty darn good. Now the game is available to even more people with its release today on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Windows 10. And yes, just like the previous release, it is free to play.

Continue below for more and to watch a trailer.

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Trailer For Final ‘Fallout 4’ DLC “Nuka-World”
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Fallout 4 "Nuka-World" DLC Trailer

Bethesda has released the official trailer for “Nuka-World,” the sixth and final DLC add-on being released for Fallout 4.

As we saw teased at E3 2016, “Nuka-World” is set at a nightmarish Nuka-Cola theme park that’s been taken over by raider gangs, feral ghouls, and various other nasties. But never fear—despite the nuclear apocalypse there’s still plenty of rides and games to enjoy in between trying not die!

You can watch the trailer for the final Fallout 4 DLC below.

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Doom Deliveries: ‘Fallout 4’ Special Edition Vinyl Soundtrack
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Fallout 4 Garage Lithograph Segment

I don’t think I’ve listened to a record since rocking out to The Bangles’ “Walk Like an Egyptian” 45 when I was a tiny tyke back in the ’80s. Hey, it’s a fun song when you’re a kid! Don’t judge. After that people moved on to cassettes and CDs and so on. Though there has been a resurgence in record popularity in the past decade or so.

Despite not listening to records for a while, I was excited to receive the Fallout 4 Special Edition Vinyl Soundtrack. As I mentioned in my review of the game, I love composer Inon Zur‘s score. It’s not easy to come up with music you can listen to over and over while playing a game without getting sick of it, and he does it really well. So owning some of that music on this unique vinyl edition from SpaceLab9 is pretty awesome. Read more about it and where you can grab a copy below.

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