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Fallout 76 Wastelanders (Xbox One)
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- You will Emerge! Multiplayer finally comes to the epic open world RPGs of Bethesda Game Studios. Create your character with the S.P.E.C.I.A.L system and forge your own path in a new and untamed wasteland with hundreds of locations. Whether you journey alone or with friends, a new and unique Fallout adventure awaits
- Mountain Splendorland! All-new graphics, lighting and landscape technology brings to life six distinct West Virginia regions. From the forests of Appalachia to the noxious crimson expanses of the Cranberry Bog, each region offers its own risks and rewards. Post-nuclear America has never looked so beautiful!
- A New American Dream! Use the all-new Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform (C.A.M.P.) to build and craft anywhere in the world. Your C.A.M.P. will provide much-needed shelter, supplies, and safety. You can even set up shop to trade goods with other survivors. But beware, not everyone will be quite so neighborly
- The Power of the Atom! Go it alone or with fellow survivors to unlock access to the ultimate weapon - Nuclear Missiles. This destruction also creates a high-level zone with rare and valuable resources. Do you protect or unleash the power of the atom? The choice is yours
- B.E.T.A. (Break-It Early Test Application) Access! Be one of the first to emerge! Pre-order and get access to the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. Redemption codes will be provided separately via email 2 days before the B.E.T.A. event.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Rated : Ages 18 and Over
- Product Dimensions : 17 x 1.2 x 13.5 cm; 30 Grams
- Release date : 14 Nov. 2018
- ASIN : B07D784DMC
- Item model number : X1123456
- Country of origin : Poland
- Best Sellers Rank: 6,404 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
- 297 in Xbox One Games
- Customer reviews:
Fallout 76 continues to grow and evolve since the doors of Vault 76 opened nearly two years ago, giving players fresh adventures, rewards, and new ways to play. The massive Wastelanders update introduced fully-voiced NPCs to Appalachia with unique personalities, new stories and meaningful choice and consequence. For competitive players, Nuclear Winter added a Fallout-themed Battle Royale experience. C.A.M.Ps have grown to meet players’ boundless creativity and imagination, seasonal challenges revamped the reward system with a fresh monthly Fallout-themed twist, and Public Teams have revolutionized collaboration. And yet there’s still so much on offer for the lone wanderer too. And there’s even more to come. New story content with the arrival of the Brotherhood of Steel, customizable Shelters that deepen the C.A.M.P. experience, new events, daily operation, and so much more. There really is no better time to sign-up and join our growing community of vault dwellers.
From the manufacturer
Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of Skyrim and Fallout 4, welcome you to Fallout 76, the online prequel where every surviving human is a real person. Work together, or not, to survive. Under the threat of nuclear annihilation, you’ll experience the largest, most dynamic world ever created in the legendary Fallout universe.
Reclamation Day, 2102. Twenty-five years after the bombs fall, you and your fellow Vault Dwellers—chosen from the nation’s best and brightest – emerge into post-nuclear America. Play solo or join together as you explore, quest, build, and triumph against the wasteland’s greatest threats.
WELCOME TO THE ATOMIC SHOP
When the Vault 76 door rolls open and your Reclamation Day journey begins, you may notice dwellers who’ve donned more personalized wardrobes over their standard-issue Vault Suits. Aside from finding outfits as you explore, or crafting them at workbenches, the Atomic Shop can help you kick off a few costumed capers of your very own. Not only can you peruse a plethora of new outfits, you’ll be able to acquire other items like weapon skins, armour skins, emotes, décor and more.
You will Emerge!
Multiplayer finally comes to the epic open world RPGs of Bethesda Game Studios. Create your character with the S.P.E.C.I.A.L system and forge your own path in a new and untamed wasteland with hundreds of locations. Whether you journey alone or with friends, a new and unique Fallout adventure awaits.
All-new graphics, lighting and landscape technology brings to life six distinct West Virginia regions. From the forests of Appalachia to the noxious crimson expanses of the Cranberry Bog, each region offers its own risks and rewards. Post-nuclear America has never looked so beautiful!
A New American Dream!
Use the all-new Construction and Assembly Mobile Platform (C.A.M.P.) to build and craft anywhere in the world. Your C.A.M.P. will provide much-needed shelter, supplies, and safety. You can even set up shop to trade goods with other survivors. But beware, not everyone will be quite so neighbourly.
The Power of the Atom!
Go it alone or with fellow survivors to unlock access to the ultimate weapon – Nuclear Missiles. This destruction also creates a high-level zone with rare and valuable resources. Do you protect or unleash the power of the atom? The choice is yours.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 16 July 2020
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I really like the previous fallout games (with the exception of fallout tactics), so dispite this games get absolutely slated on every review site I still wanted to try it out, after 6 hours of playing I've given up. This game has had no love shown to it by the developers has several game play faults which render it almost unplayable, it is just a vast empty waste of a game.
It all started with a 50Gb (yes fifty) download before the game would even start, but once that’s over the xbox one login and server selection process was smooth and faultless straight onto a server and no server drop offs during my stint playing which was the one bright point compared to other reviews.
The game starts as always with you in a vault, except this is an empty vault there are a couple of Mr Handys around but no people everyone has left and you are all on your own, get used to it. After waking through the deserted vault and picking up several pieces of equipment along the way you are outside. The outside looks Ok, not much of an improvement on the graphics of fallout 4, it's at this stage things started to go wrong.
The first suggestion is to go south but I explored a bit and found some small sentry robots and got my first taste of combat, there is a strange feeling of dislocation between button push and action on screen, swinging my machete seem to be a random affair, with no connection to length of trigger pull, timing or even direction of hit. The massively underpowered sentries were easy enough to dispatch and off I went exploring to the south. I ran into my first real person in the game but we just past each other in our silent shame at buying and playing this game.
Heading south and finding the town I was sent to look for all I found where long dead bodies and a holo recording pointing me to the next destination. Several new objectives popped up, and a terminal to give me even more objectives, there was one working robot but with no personality or story it may as well of been a toaster. I also experienced my first bug here I got caught in a bush and couldn’t move, so I tried a fast travel which also failed due to the enemies near by so you can’t fast travel despite me having kill the rad roach and looted it. I ended up signing out and login back in which once again was faultless and quick. Avoiding the bush of entanglement everything else was deserted but OK.
So off I went looking for the next holo tape, this repeated for the next three holo tapes with a slightly confusing map and quest location compass, I eventually got to the airport quest. This is where thing went very wrong for me the quest locator was useless and sending me off in random directions the map overlaid multiple quests onto the same location, even at max zoom the quest location was unidentifiable, so a lot of search was required. Which bring in the main problem with this game, in the previous fallout game exploration and searching location was rewarded with a secret stash or something funny there was always a reason to search and often come back to a location when a google search highlights something you have missed. In Fallout 76 the respawn rate of enemies is so fast that searching a region means killing enemies in the same location multiple times as while you have been searching the enemies have respawned. Coupled with the poor compass directions and useless map you are likely to run out of ammo and get killed multiple times trying to work out actually where the quest marker is pointing you to.
Respawning is painless but, you then have the dilemma do you go back and pick your dropped loot or abandon it and just try and finish the quest finding out where you are supposed to go. Even if you go back for your loot it may not be there, I tried to follow the direction arrow and couldn’t find the grave marker, zero meters and nothing visible so I walked away came back from a different direction nothing. After ten minutes of trying I ended up just giving up and going back to the quest with fully respawned enemies and a lack of ammo.
The VATS targeting a staple of the previous games is so badly broken and tips the scales towards to enemies so if you want to be killed use VATS.
The scorched the main enemies I came up against seemed to move slowly then speed up, hunt in packs and are masters at hide and seek. Trying to pick them off from a distance one at a time fails as before you can clear the area the first ones you killed have respawned and you are back to square one rushing in and trying to blitz them fails as they swamp you and it respawn time and by the time you return any enemies you managed to clear out have also respawned. Trying the stealth approach doesn’t work as the scorched are masters at stealth themselves and are around in large number so you are going to be found.
The game just doesn't work, and has no love shown to it by the developers.
Well here it is and it is rubbish.
The game play is standard fallout affair. If you played 3 or 4 you know the deal. Where this game differs from that is there is now a water and food meter which really slows the game play down and makes you have to worry about these bars the whole time.
The second issue is fast travel cost bottle caps. Depending on distance the cost varies but if you need to save money to buy stuff you better be ready to take a walk. This really kills the game for me as sometimes you want to go across the map. The only cure for this is to fast travel to your home base for free so you end up putting that in the middle of the map to make things easier.
This brings me to base building. I like the base building in theory it is cool to design your own place and have people come round and you can even open a shop. The downside to this is you need materials for this and lots of them. However materials have a weight value assigned to them which previous games did not have to add to this your storage box also has a weight limit and not a high cap to it either. So you need to make sacrifices to fit stuff in there. this weight limit also means you can't hold tons of weapons in storage and armor so you really have to make sacrifices this is the big factor i stopped playing every time i jumped on i ended up spending 20 mins organizing my storage then coming off.
Another issue is the best part of fallout games are interactions with NPC and quests with them. this was omitted early on but has been added on but there is a large amount of the game without them which really suffers for it.
Also another big issue is the bugs there are lots and lots of bugs.
I would only recommend this game to try for cheap and in the hope it will be fixed in the future.
While it isn't a franchise ending game, it is a massive letdown.
Early on it was riddled with problem, lack of story content and just lacking. It has to be said though it’s grown into a good game. Far less glitches, good functional online and a good long campaign mode to work through that finally has plenty of good non robot interaction.
For the super lower price offered now I find this an easy recommend. I often pop in for events and to play with a friend and I love having the house there and lots of kit collected over the years.
By Alan C. on 16 July 2020