Fallout 76 Building System Detailed In New Trailer at E3 (VIDEO)
The Bethesda Softworks E3 conference has certainly held the recently announced Fallout 76 as the big centerpiece of the event. The new game has promised that it will feel different from other Fallout games, and will include enhanced features evolving on inclusions from previous Fallout titles. The recent announcement of the game confirmed that a settlement building feature will be a part of Fallout 76 as a part of its heavier focus on survival. Now, as a part of the E3 2018 Bethesda press conference, a Fallout 76 building system gameplay trailer was released focusing on the new mechanic. Check it out below:
In true Fallout fashion, the new building system was detailed in part by another iconic Fallout 1950s-style educational video. The system works through the player’s C.A.M.P., or Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform, which the player can place at a location of their choosing on the game map, and center their headquarters around the machine. Once placed, the player can then call upon items to have them placed in their settlement at their choosing. Buildings can be constructed freely by design, and weapons such as automated turrets can be crafted.
However, the player’s settlement can be attacked by enemy creatures, and large monsters can be seen decimating a settlement in the trailer. Thankfully, players can work with their neighbors to fend off attacks and save their homes. There is also a photo mode confirmed for the game in the trailer to let players capture memories and share with their friends. The Fallout 76 building system certainly looks quite robust, and hopefully it lives up to the hype when the game launches on November 14th this year. What do you guys think about this Fallout 76 building system trailer? Let us know in the comments below!
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