Fallout 76 Preorders Go Live But We Have No Idea What the Game is About

Fallout 76 will get a full detailed reveal at E3 2018 on June 10 when Bethesda takes to stage. But pre-orders are already live, why?

Fallout 76 preorders are now live across multiple retailers but we have no idea what the game is about. Still, if you wish to preorder the game you can do so do. However, we do not recommend it.

Fallout 76 was announced earlier this week and is rumored to be an online survival RPG. It is being compared to Rust but reports now say otherwise. The game is taking place somewhere in West Virginia and California, according to our analysis of the game’s teaser Twitch stream and full teaser reveal.

This is pretty much all we know about the game besides it possible release window which is 2019. Based on this information alone, are we to pre-order Fallout 76? It is up to the fans at this point but make sure you think it through as many renowned publishers have disappointed with their announcements this year.

It is an odd choice to put the game up for preorder and not reveal enough about the game. It seems Bethesda is solely trying to bank on the name of Fallout franchise.

Fallout 76 will get a full detailed reveal at E3 2018 on June 10 when Bethesda takes to stage. Below is the complete E3 2018 schedule.

E3 2018 Press Conferences – Dates and Time

Saturday, June 9

Electronic Arts — 11 AM PT / 2 PM ET

Sunday, June 10

Microsoft — 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET
Bethesda — 6:30 PM PT / 9:30 PM ET

Monday, June 11

Square Enix — 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET
Ubisoft — 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET
Sony — 6PM PT

Tuesday, June 12

Nintendo — 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET

Do you think it is right for a developer/publisher to put its game up for pre-order without giving proper details?

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