Fallout 76 Game Guide
Fallout 76 is a post-nuclear online multiplayer action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the ninth game in the Fallout series and serves as a narrative prequel to previous Fallout games.
Release date: November 14, 2018
Platforms: PC, Xbox One, Playstation 4
Official website: https://fallout.bethesda.net/
Appalachia / West Wirginia
The game world, approximately four times the size of that of Fallout 4, is modeled on West Virginia and features recreations of many real locations such as State Capitol, Woodburn Hall, New River Gorge Bridge, Watoga or the Greenbrier and many others. The game will also feature numerous monsters, several of which are inspired by local folklore. Your character will be able to travel through mountains, swamps, wastelands, ruined towns and floodplains.
The whole world of the game is divided into six regions with different climate and enemy levels:
- The Forest - low radiation zone, beautiful area packed with trees and vibrant vegetation. It is a starting area of Fallout 76 so Vault 76 is located here.
- The Ash Heap - home to a hollowed mountain stripped down by mining companies.
- Cranberry Bog - collection of five bogs located in the southeast corner of the Fallout 76 map.
- Toxic Valley
- Savage Divide - a barren desert wasteland with varying altitude.
- The Mire - a region of swampland up the eastern side of Appalachia.
Appalachia / West Virginia - Appalachia is modeled on West Virginia and features recreations of many real locations. The whole world of the game is divided into six regions with different climate and enemy levels: The Forest, The Ash Heap, Cranberry Bog, Toxic Valley, Savage Divide and The Mire.