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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:18pm 27/06/18 | 0 Comments
Following on from the look at the new West Virginia location from the other day comes another Fallout 76 gameplay compilation - this time focused on multiplayer. Although what we get is direct feed footage of what was shown at Bethesda's E3 conference there's still quite a lot here.

From the immediate confirmation of hostile players out in the world, where it seems you'll be able to note player levels when fighting and be rewarded for downing them, to teaming up to take on some of the bigger threats in West Virginia.

In addition to the above we do know that you won't get penalised for being attacked or killed - and that encounters will be regulated or meaningful in a similar way seen in Rare's Sea of Thieves. Still, a lot about Fallout 76 is a mystery, from progression to grouping and questing. Even so, the idea of dropping nukes on a camp sounds pretty fun.

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