Fallout 76 Beta Starts In October
Probably the most talked about game of the recent E3 has been the announcement of Bethesda’s online RPG Fallout 76. Now, its even more exciting to know the game’s beta is set to start from October.
The news came via a forum post on Bethesda.net where the community ambassador gave details about the game’s beta. And unlike other games, it won’t be open-beta.
If you have been a fan of the Fallout series then you would have to pre-order the Fallout 76 in order to get access of the closed beta. That’s the only way to get hands on the game as Bethesda is pretty hinged over its development and doesn’t want any loose strings to hinder the game’s expected success.
This is what jurassica wrote regarding the beta release:
“Starting in October we’ll be selecting people who have pre-ordered the game from a participating retailer to enter our B.E.T.A. We’ll start small and grow over time as we prepare for launch.”
If you are wondering how to get it then just simply go to the game’s online page Bethesda.net/buy-now and sign-up for the pre-order. Once done, you will receive an email with a redeem code and further instructions on how to access the beta.
Alongside, an important aspect for fans is the announcement of Fallout 76 panel that would be part of the upcoming QuakeCon where developers would be more than happy to answer questions regarding the game. If for any reason you won’t be attending QuakeCon, you can still watch the panel live on Mixer.
Stay tuned as we bring you more info for Fallout 76 and Bethesda studios.