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Watch the Fallout 76 trailer premiered at E3 2018

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Watch the Fallout 76 trailer premiered at E3 2018

“In Vault 76, our future begins.”

Fallout 76 was announced by Bethesda Games last week, but today at Microsoft’s Xbox E3 press conference, we got a closer look at the next installment in the legendary video game franchise. Check out the official trailer below:

The trailer lends credence to the prevailing theory that this game will be somewhat of a departure from previous games in the series, focusing more on survival and base building.

No release date has been given as of yet.

In other Fallout news, the company also announced that the previous entry in the franchise, Fallout 4, is available on Xbox Game Pass starting today.

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