Fallout 76 Stealth Mode Will Cause The Player To Disappear From The Minimap, Says The Project Lead

We got to learn about a lot of stuff regarding Fallout 76 at the Bethesda’s E3 2018 conference. We learned that players will be able to team up with friends, will be able to take control of missiles and launch them where ever they want to. What was not discussed in detail was the Fallout 76 Stealth Mode, to which the project lead Jeff Gardiner responded, revealing some really interesting details.

Gardiner took to his Twitter account and addressed the Fallout 76 Stealth Mode query placed by the fans. According to him, the crouching takes the player into stealth mode, similar to what we have seen in the previous games. However, in Fallout 76, going into stealth mode will completely cause the player to disappear from the minimap, so other players won’t be seeing you when you are in stealth mode.

You guessed it right, this will be useful for setting up ambushes and interestingly, players will be able to avoid PvP battles altogether if they wish to.

That said, did you know that Bethesda E3 2018 reveal of Fallout 76 seems to have served as a publicity stunt and brought in a massive traffic on the West Virginia Tourism sites. We know that Fallout 76 features real-world locations and apparently those real-world locations, seem to be endorsing tourism for such places.

That said if you wish to dig deep into knowing how the Fallout 76 PvP will work in the game, then you are in luck because we have that detailed for you based on what has been revealed so far.

Fallout 76 is scheduled to roll out on November 14th for Xbox One, PS4, and PC. The studio has also promised to deliver free DLC and updates over the period of next few years. Adding to that, microtransactions will also be present to help fund the content in the game.