Following complaints over "problems with the servers, lagging, graphic and visual problems".
It lets you play the game solo, if you want.
But private servers are coming next week.
A Fallout 76 Public Test Server is on its way once Bethesda figures out "all (or most of) the kinks"
The Legendary system has been pushed back until Q1 2020.
Do not disturb.
Raid to measure.
Don't blame the Courier.
UPDATE: Battle royale mode out now.
Doom Eternal! Starfield? Arkane? More?
"All I did was read every terminal entry, note and holotape for Fallouts 3 to 76."
It'll be here incider day.
Nightmare fuel. Pure nightmare fuel.
"Consume Nukashine responsibly."
Starting in March with Wild Appalachia.
UPDATE: Bethesda's dupocalypse seemingly a success.
Bobby pins are too heavy again, for some reason.
Wooby-tide those who enter.
And there's a human NPC inside.
Nuke year, nuke you.
Big patch due out next week.
What are you selling?
Feed the people.
A stitch in time saves £3.99.
The Fallout fallout.
"It was disgusting."
What a kerduffel.
Deathclaw and order.
Pokémon outsold both, while Hitman flopped.
New Vaults! Character respec! More!
"I don't want to remove how rad I am."
The sooner, the beta.
"Do not click on any buttons."
But insists Switch is "a viable platform".
Or rather, a mutant version.
No, not the Radroach kind.
No bunker-ing off.
Laying down the lore.
But what's the charge?
"Just those hours of playtime made him happier than you know."
A whole nuke world.
Get tickets before they ar-gonian.
"We turn the assholes into interesting content."
Xbox One first, other platforms to follow.
They're dropping a banger.
"We are not actively doing that."
Timed exclusives never change.
Out this November.
Four times the size of Fallout 4.
And it could go up against Fallout 76.
UPDATE: Reportedly an "online survival RPG" inspired by Rust and DayZ.