Fallout 76 Live Early For PC
It is the eve of the day that so many faithful Fallout followers have been waiting for. Tomorrow, the dawn of a new era of post-apocalyptic gaming begins with Fallout 76 arriving at long last. While some players have already made quite a splash in the game already through its beta test the past few weeks, the full public launch of the game will be a sight to behold. However, it seems that Vault Santa’s Power sleigh has arrived a bit early, and his footsteps can be heard through the vault’s chimney. Reports indicate that the Fallout 76 PC launch servers are now online for many players.
As reported on many outlets such as PCGamer, the Fallout 76 PC launch servers appear to be up and running a day early. They claimed that they were able to log into a PC server from the US West coast and the UK as well, and that players from many other regions and time zones are also able to access them. This counteracts against Bethesda’s previous announcements, which claimed that the servers would turn on at 12:01 A.M. tonight as each respective region where the game launches approaches that time in their local time zone.
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Some other reports also claim that the servers are online in the UK and some parts of the US for Xbox One and PS4. For others unable to access an online server or even play at all until after midnight, pre-loading is available now for all platforms. For those lucky among us, let us all hold hands as we walk into the nuclear war that never changes.
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