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Fallout 76 is an online game, and you can nuke other players

James Davenport

Finally detailed at Bethesda's E3 showcase, Fallout 76 is indeed a multiplayer survival game, confirming rumors surrounding the prequel's recent reveal. Director of Bethesda Game Studios Todd Howard took the stage to explain the new direction for Fallout, addressing concerns from those expecting the usual singleplayer RPG the studio is known for. "Of course you can play this solo. You'll be who you want, exploring a huge world doing quests, experiencing a story, and leveling up," explained Howard. During a montage showing off the new West Virginia setting, Howard also teased a few new creatures we'll see.

Fallout 76 – Official E3 Trailer

Among them were ghoulish toads and bugs, and a massive flying creature that might be familiar to those in the area. "We even used the folklore of West Virginia to bring our Fallout versions [of monsters] to life," Howard said. So if you got a Mothman vibe from the big flying guy, you likely weren't off base. Speaking of bases, the

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