Bethesda releases Fallout 76 teaser trailer ahead of E3


Bethesda will be releasing a new game in the "Fallout" universe called "Fallout 76".

At the very end of the video, we identify the location as the Vault 76.

Bethesda Game Studios posted a GIF yesterday afternoon with the test-card and PLEASE STAND BY, all of which has set everyone off making jokes about Skyrim and the fact that Bethesda keeps re-releasing it on different formats.

Few details about the game beyond its title and this trailer - which shows the inside of a fallout shelter familiar to players of the series - have been released.

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Soon after Bethesda revealed that they will have something Fallout related to announcing soon, Obsidian tweeted saying "How do you let someone down easily?" We've put the just-released teaser trailer right here, so make sure to check it out.

Kotaku has also reported that the game may be an online game of some sort.

Bethesda will be announcing more details about the game at its E3 press conference on June 10. According to the Fallout Wiki, it is listed as a "control" vault with 500 occupants.

First and foremost we've seen or rather heard, of Vault 76 before, in Fallout 3 and Fallout 4. Interestingly, that points to a date 5 years later than the Vault was supposed to re-open due. Perhaps that character would play a role in the game.