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Fallout 76 Trailer Provides a Gory Intro to Base Building, Xbox One X Bundle Unveiled


Bethesda dropped their latest not-for-the-kiddies Fallout 76 animated trailer during this morning’s Inside Xbox Gamescom 2018 live stream. This particular trailer focuses on the game’s C.A.M.P. base building, which will let you build whatever you want, wherever you want. Check the trailer, below.

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Here’s a bit of previously-released footage showing what you can make with the C.A.M.P. system.

During the Microsoft stream, Bethesda’s VP of PR Pete Hines detailed what makes the new C.A.M.P. system unique from Fallout 4’s settlement building...

"The idea is that [your settlement] now moves, as opposed to being in one spot. If you wanna spend the game moving around and exploring locations, you can -- but you can also decide that you wanna build your own workshops. This time around, because the game is online and every other character is another player, you can do that building with other folks. It's not just you building in your settlement, you can have other folks building around you. It is a theme of the game -- the whole idea of Vault 76 was the folks who were going to rebuild the world -- but you can do as much or as little of that as you want."

As with a number of games featured during the Inside Xbox presentation, Fallout 76 is getting its  own Xbox One bundle. The bundle includes an Xbox One X, Fallout 76, and one month of Xbox Game Pass and Xbox Live Gold. Pre-orders should be opening soon. Here’s a look at the box…

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The Fallout 76 beta, which gives you access to the full game, kicks off in October. In order to sign up for the Fallout 76 beta, you have to pre-order, create a Bethesda.net account, then redeem your code here.

Fallout 76 will explode onto PC, Xbox One, and PS4 on November 14.