Fallout 76 Stress Test May Be Coming To Other Platforms; Cross-Progression “Likely” To Be Looked At

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Oct 15, 2018
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The Fallout 76 BETA will begin on Xbox One next week, and, in preparation for it, Bethesda launched a Stress Test on the console the past weekend. While no official announcement has been made regarding a Stress Test on PC and PlayStation 4, there’s the chance that they may be launched in preparation of the BETA on these platforms.

On his Official Twitter Profile, Bethesda’s Pete Hines confirmed that the Xbox One Stress Test was launched earlier as the Xbox One BETA begins earlier than on PS4 and PC. Additionally, if there ever be one on the other platforms, it will be handled in the same way.

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Pete Hines also commented on cross-platform progression. As there is no cross-platform play, cross-progression won’t be in at launch, but it will be likely among the things the team will look at post-launch when they will be looking at possible cross-play support.

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Pete Hines also commented that Atomic Shop items, which will be cosmetics, will be shared across characters created on the same account.

Fallout 76 launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 14th. The BETA starts on Xbox One on October 23rd, and on PC and PlayStation 4 on October 30th. To gain access, players have to pre-order the game at retail or digitally.

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