Given all the information Bethesda has provided about Fallout 76, it’s now easy to dig out more about what to expect when the game releases in November. Now, fans are piecing the Fallout 76 map together, revealing its size and the massive area you’ll be able to build in.
The Pip-Boy Fallout 76 map that was shown during the “Power of the Atom!” gameplay video of the game, shows 6 different areas that you’ll be able to roam and build in, each with their own unique terrain and “ecosystem”. Those are:
- Toxic Valley
- The Mire
- The Forest
- Savage Divide
- Ash Heap
- Cranberry Bog
Here’s the full Fallout 76 map set in West Virginia, pieced together by members of the Fallout community. It holds information taken from Bethesda’s videos as well as confirmed points of interests from Bethesda. There’s also a good amount of speculated to be revealed areas, which seem probable, given the vastness of the map:
As you can see for yourself, the biggest towns found in the Fallout 76 maps are: Watoga, Harper’s Ferry, Morgantown, Charleston, Lewisburg, and Beckley, with possibly more to be revealed as the release of the game draws near.
It will be interesting to see how each district will be used by players for reclamation. Different soil, forestation and more might be factors that make specific areas better or worse for building settlements.
Todd Howard has stated about the West Virginia setting of Fallout 76:
“Most people don’t know West Virginia that well. It is an incredible array of natural wonders, towns and government secrets. This is where the actual nuclear secrets are and the quest the overseer sends you on will take you through six distinct regions, each with their own style, risks, and rewards.”
Fallout 76 will release on Xbox One, Playstation 4 and PC on November 14. Crossplay among platforms won’t be available as Howard has revealed recently.