Last weekend, Bethesda held a press and media event for Fallout 76. Attendees were able to get started with Fallout 76 and record their gameplay. They can then share those images with everyone, so there’s a good chance that we’ll soon get the first real gameplay of Fallout 76!

Bethesda held a Fallout 76 event for press and media at The Greenbrier hotel in West Virginia, the US state where Fallout 76 is set, last weekend. Attendees were allowed to go wild in the open world of Appalachia and their gameplay was allowed to be recorded. According to Bethesda Marketing chief Pete Hines, we will soon be able to watch hours of gameplay, as the entire game was revealed.

I know a lot of folks are asking about gameplay. Well, I can confirm we are doing an event soon. And we are going to let a lot of people capture a few hours of gameplay doing whatever they want to do. So before long you will have hundreds (!!!) of hours of gameplay to watch.

I know a lot of folks are asking about gameplay. Well, I can confirm we are doing an event soon. And we are going to let a lot of people capture a few hours of gameplay doing whatever they want to do. So before long you will have hundreds (!!!) of hours of gameplay to watch.

– Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) September 27, 2018

According to Hines, there will be enough variety in the gameplay that we will see, as players were allowed to do whatever they wanted during the sessions at the event. Power Unlimited keeps a close eye on the internet, who knows, you might be checking images of the new multiplayer RPG in apocalyptic West Virginia this week.

Hines announced last week that Fallout 76 will not support cross-play. He made this statement in response to news that Sony is testing the cross-play feature in Fortnite on PS4.

Fallout 76 will be out November 14 for PS4, Xbox One and PC. The beta starts on October 23 for Xbox One and October 30 gamers on PS4 and PC can get started with the beta.

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