Fallout 76 is scheduled to release later this year and as you know, Bethesda is going into an all-new direction by making it an online-only game which means Bethesda is going to implement a lot of new changes in the game and one of them is a emote wheel which was originally showcased at E3.
It was “World Emoji Day” yesterday and to celebrate it, Bethesda Tweeted a gif on Twitter showing the brand new emote wheel which will be one of the new features in the upcoming post-apocalyptic title.
— Fallout (@Fallout) July 17, 2018
The emote wheel was followed by an in-game character giving a thumbs up which is one of the available emotes. Each of the emotes shown on the wheel was represented by a symbol suggesting its meanings. Symbols included a thumbs down, thumbs up, questions marks, a flashing heart and more.
We don’t know yet if these are the final emotes available in the game or will there be switchable emotes like found in other games which allow the players to change and set up the ones they like. Having the option to decide the emotes will definitely be a good one.
It’ll be really fun to use though and everyone knows that Fortnite has some of the coolest dance emotes which will be really fun to use in Fallout 76.
Other than that, we have made a complete list of weapons which will make an appearance in the game when it launches. It includes pistols, Rifles, Machine guns, Heavy weapons and Melee weapons.
A Redditor has also made a map which includes all of the known, possible and confirmed Fallout 76 locations which include Nuka Cola Quantum Plant, Charleston, The Mothman Museum, Bolton Greens, Top of the World Ski Resort, Watoga, Lewisburg, Beckley, and Morgantown.
Fallout 76 is scheduled to release on November 24, 2018, for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.