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Fallout 76 Beta Details – How To Participate, Starting/Ending Time, What To Expect (Everything To Know)

Fallout 76 takes the Fallout franchise in a brand new direction by introducing multiplayer into the franchise. What is really interesting is that the multiplayer can be played along with the singleplayer and the progress carries over. Today, we will be taking a look at the Fallout 76 beta and all of the information that has been released about it.

The Fallout 76 Beta will be integral in seeing if their servers can handle the load and whether or not the game is a good idea or not. The game is out on Nov. 14, 2018, but the beta will be a chance for you to try the game before that.

What to Expect from Fallout 76 Beta

I think it is safe to say that the beta will not allow you to access all of the content. There will probably be a small portion of the area that will be accessible and you will probably only be able to do a few of the things that you can do in the full game.

There has not been a date set for the beta so it could be anytime between now and Nov. 2018. Considering past routines, you can expect the beta to arrive late in the summer. The beta test will be coming out on the Xbox One before the PS4 and the PC.

How to be a Part of Beta

In order to be a part of the Fallout 76 beta test, you need to preorder the game before it launches. There are a total of 3 different versions of the game that can be bought. The standard game can be bought for $59.99 and it is essentially the base game.

The second edition is known as the ‘Tercentennial Edition’ and it costs $79.99. Lastly, you can get the ‘Power Armor Collector’s Edition’ for $200. All 3 of them will guarantee you access to the preorder.

The digital beta key will get you access as soon as the beta begins. You can purchase the game from the respective stores. Microsoft Store for the Xbox One, Playstation Store, and Bethesda.net eShop for the PC. Once you order the game, the beta access will be tied to that account. Other retail stores will get you a beta key that you can retail at the Bethesda online portal.

That is all we have for our Fallout 76 Beta. Let us know if we missed something using the comments section below!