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That's when we can try the Fallout 76 beta on PC

After the Xbox One, now it's up to the computers: the Fallout 76 beta, the 23 October previewed on the Microsoft console, is about to open its first test sessions also on PC ....
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That's when exactly the Fallout 76 beta comes out

The wait is almost over, we are running out: the arrival of the Fallout 76 beta is imminent. Bethesda however kept the exact details tight until the end, merely revealing other content ...

The Platinum edition of Fallout 76 contains everything except the game

A recent PC Gamer article highlighted an interesting "detail" about one of the special Fallout 76 editions. The Bethesda game will, as expected, be sold in several versions: Standard Edition ($ 60), Tricentennial Edition ($ 80), or ...
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Bethesda unveils the entire 76 Fallout map

Just over a week after the expected Fallout 76 beta arrives, Bethesda continues to unveil anticipations and content on the game. After the new intro now it's up to the map, which is really huge ...
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Bethesda has unveiled the new Fallout 76 intro

The war never changes - at least not in Fallout! Six weeks after the launch of Fallout 76, Bethesda has unveiled the intro of the expected new chapter, which you can see below. He has also published ...

Official: there will be no cross-play for Fallout 76

The marketing manager of Bethesda, Pete Hines, has been a gold mine of information in recent weeks, and has repeated itself revealing another detail about Fallout 76 - this time, one that hardly ...
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Fallout 76 will be supported "forever"

When it comes out, in November 2018, Fallout 76 will undoubtedly represent a big change for the franchise and for Bethesda. It will be the first Fallout not to be a single player, but an RPG ...

No Steam for Fallout 76: it will be exclusive to Bethesda.net

The PC version of Fallout 76 will NOT be available on Steam. This is the great news that comes out reading the FAQ on the official website of the game: "both the BETA and the complete game will be available ...

Age of Empires 4, a gameplay video

During the X019 it was finally possible to see a gameplay video of Age of Empires 4, one of the most anticipated titles of the next ...

Razer Kraken Ultimate Delivers the Winning Edge for Competitive Gamers

Be the last one standing with Razer's latest gaming headset - with THX® Spatial Audio, custom-tuned 50mm drivers, and a pro-grade active noise ...

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