Fallout 76 is set to release in November and as everyone knows, it’s going to feature an all-new bounty system. Bethesda has revealed something interesting about the new bounty system which will grant players penalties if they are marked, killed, and don’t have any caps on them.
Pete Hines took it to his Twitter account and has revealed that the players with no caps will receive a debuff if they get killed by another player. This debuff will reduce their damage but anyone who will kill the wanted player with no caps will receive a basic bounty reward.
Furthermore, every time you kill someone not interested in fighting will result in you becoming a “murderer.” You will be marked in red and everyone will be able to see through the map that the bounty is on you.
Other than that, Bethesda has unveiled some new information about Fallout 76 Beta. It will be coming first to the Xbox users followed by PS4 and PC. Fallout 76 comes in big size weighing at 45 GB but what’s disappointing is that there is no pre-load support for it.
Despite Pete Hines blaming Sony for no cross-platform in the past. There will be no cross-play in Fallout 76, as there’s no plan for it yet. According to Pete, it’s now late and they are going to stick with what they have now.
This won’t matter as Fallout 76 allow everyone to play as they want. PLayers can play it alone if they want or with friends depending on their mood or preference. Fallout 76 will also offer the same experience as previous games so you are not going to miss anything.
Fallout 76 is an open world multiplayer title in development at Bethesda and will release on November 14, 2018, for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.