The free-to-play digital card game The Elder Scrolls Legends will launch on Nintendo's hybrid console later this year with overhauled visuals, Bethesda announced during its E3 2018 briefing tonight. The latest game from the Fallout franchise takes place entirely online, meaning you'll be able to play with other players if you'd like for the first time and either team up to fight monsters or try to blow each other's limbs off starting on November 14.
There are also multiple nuclear weapon sites on the map for players to find and just completely go nuts with. These two are more in the speculative realm right now as all we got to see was a couple of short announcement trailers, which are embedded in this post. After being awakened by an Overseer, they are among the first to emerge in the untamed wasteland of West Virginia.
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Howard mentioned that Fallout: 76 has 16 times the detail of the previous Fallout game, and the online play will be completely seamless on Bethesda's dedicated servers. The helmet even has a working headlamp and voice modulator. The narrative seems focused on the idea of rebuilding after the destruction - 76 will be set before Fallout 4.
The game is a relaunch with a brand new look and features turn-based matches between two opponents (player vs. player, or player vs. a computer opponent).
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The game's Collector's Edition has also been revealed. You guessed it, The Elder Scrolls VI is in development - or at the very least, eventually coming.
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