Hilarious New Fallout 76 Trailer Instructs Players On How To Launch A Nuke (VIDEO)
Bethesda Softworks’ E3 presentation has been packed with loads of exciting new game reveals, including Doom Eternal and a brand new look at Rage 2. Of course, as expected, Fallout 76 took the stage in a big way, with Todd Howard walking fans through loads of new content for players to enjoy in what is now known as the prequel to the other Fallout games in the series. One interesting piece of content revealed tonight was the ability for players to launch their own nukes at their enemies. Check out the new Fallout 76 instructional video below to see how it works:
As seen in the trailer, players being spurred on by the threat of “muuuurder” can go on a quest for nuclear weapons. Players must first “fight the locals” and search for a piece of a launch code for a nuclear weapon. At this point, players can team up with others that have other pieces of the launch code and break into a nuclear launch facility, where they can choose a target to more or less wipe off the face of the earth with a nuke.
The launch of a nuclear weapon isn’t the end, though. The resulting fallout will allow players to head into the damaged area to fight unique enemies and hunt for rare loot, which adds yet another element of gameplay to what is shaping up to be an extremely exciting Fallout game. In the end, it’s all pretty simple: acquire the pieces of the launch code, raid the nuclear launch facility, input the codes, choose a target, and launch the nuke. From there it’s up to players to head in and make the most of the devastation.
Fallout 76 arrives on November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
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