Bethesda has confirmed while answering a recent query that any game advancement in the Fallout 76 beta would be passed on into the full game. The fans were preparing for the Fallout 76 beta with FAQs. To one question Bethesda responded by clearly confirming that the Fallout 76 beta expected in October is going to be carried over into the full-game:
“current plan for the B.E.T.A. is it will be the full game and all your progress is saved for launch.”
Along with this reveal, the FAQs also highlighted that the game would allow players to stream while playing or discuss the game openly because there will be no non-disclosure agreement. The release time for the beta was announced by the community administrator Jurassic for the month of October. Bethesda decided to release tthe beta version just one month ahead of the full-game launch. This strategy seems to be the reason why Bethesda are aiming to “start small and grow over time.”
It is actually an interesting feature for the gamers. However, this might upset some people who’d think that Fallout 76 might not work out well due to the whole setting given to the game. A vast amount of people actually loved the “Country Roads” setting.
The Fallout 76 Beta is going to be launched on Xbox console at first. The Playstation and Windows versions would join in later. To hear more in-depth from Todd Howard about the gameplay of Fallout 76 beta we’d have to wait for the upcoming event QuakeCon 2018. This event will potentially reveal a lot about the plans of Bethesda Studios for Fall out 76. Further details of the Fallout 76 beta can be found through online guides.
The full Fallout 76 game is due for release on 14 November, 2018 on PS4, Xbox and PC platforms.