The Fallout 76 Fire Breathers exam is a mandatory test as part of the game's main storyline.
Fallout 76 Enclave sees the return of an elusive faction from previous games in the series.
Fallout 76 Workshops are essentially fixed CAMPs you can build out in the world at one of many locations.
The Fallout 76 map is one of the largest in series history - which comes in handy for an expansive online-only game.
Fallout 76 nuke codes allow you to detonate weapons of mass destruction in the online world, ready to be witnessed by other players nearby.
These moments aren't activated by the game automatically, but have to be done so by players through a series of steps, including acquiring launch codes as part of the I Am Become Death quest.
Once detonated, it results in an area with more challenging enemies - and more lucrative drops - to appear in its blast zone, acting as an end-game activity raid.
The Fallout 76 Type-T Fuse is an item you must find as part of the main storyline, and despite the waypoints pointing to the general direction, is a little harder to locate than first appears.
Fallout 76 Atoms are the game's premium currency - allowing you to buy new cosmetic items from the game's Atom Store.
Fallout 76 multiplayer is the key selling point to the game - the ability to explore alongside your friends in a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Fallout 76, the latest game from Fallout 4 and Skyrim developer Bethesda Game Studios, is coming this year, and along with news of a Fallout 76 beta we now also have plenty of info on what to expect from the game itself.