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Latest Fallout 76 Patch Adds Field of View and Depth of Field Control, Fixes Camp Issues


Fallout 76 was evidently a rushed game, with publisher Bethesda Game Studios going to far as to release an apology for the number of bugs present (link). The game has now received a patch which aims to improve a number of issues, including the addition of a FOV (field of view) and DOF (depth of field) sliders allowing the player to customize the view to their liking.

Rage 2 is Not Coming to Steam


Most of us has played the 2010 hit Rage. The post-apocalyptic game that looked like a mix between Mad Max and Borderlands. Personally I was a big fan, and I found the game to be a really fun, open-world shmup. Since its end I’ve been looking forward to the sequel, and now it’s here! But it may no be coming to Steam. Yay.

Fallout 76 BETA – Review


Welcome to West Virginia

You play as one of the special few selected to stay in Vault 76 for 25 years and await reclamation day. The game starts off on that all-important day in 2102 when the doors open and you set off into the post-apocalyptic landscape of West Virginia. There are six different main areas in this massive untamed wasteland, from the forests of Appalachia to the noxious crimson expanses of the Cranberry Bog.

Beta Review, Not the Official Full Game Review.

NZXT H700 Nuka-Cola! – Limited Edition


NZXT reveals Fallout-inspired H700 Nuka-Cola Edition and N7 Nuka-Cola mainboard covers

NZXT has teamed up with Bethesda to bring their H700 chassis and N7 Z370 motherboard a limited edition Fallout-themed redesign. Get ready for some refreshing Nuka-Cola.

Fallout 76 Beta Players Get Codes to Invite Friends


Fallout 76 beta participants can now invite three friends to join them in the game.

If you have the BETA, you will get 3x codes to invite your friends on the platform you are playing the BETA on.

Fallout 76 PC B.E.T.A. Bugs and Extended Time


First the Timer on the Launcher was set incorrect.  Set 2 hours ahead before launch of first PC BETA test,

Then there were some offline time, after 2 hours past players including myself had to re-download the BETA files because if you clicked to play the game, there was a bug deleting your game files.

Fallout 76 PC B.E.T.A. Now Available


In less than 2 Hours the first PC BETA test times will begin.

If you pre-ordered Fallout 76 digitally on PC, simply log in to the Bethesda PC Launcher and download the B.E.T.A. if you haven’t already!

Fallout 76 PC B.E.T.A. Now Available for Download


If you went and pre-ordered Fallout 76!, The B.E.T.A. (Break-It Early Test Application) is now available for download on PC, and will be available to play starting on October 30.

Start Pre-Load Now!

Fallout 76 System Requirements Made Known


Bethesda’s upcoming multiplayer ARPG, Fallout 76, is due for release in a little under three weeks, and today we get an idea of the type of computer that will be required to play the game.

On the Intel side, things are rather heavy with it requiring a Core i7-4790 or better, while on the AMD side you’ll need a Ryzen 3 1300X or better. The recommended CPU doesn’t change on the Intel side, whereas on the AMD side it jumps up slightly to the Ryzen 5 1500.

Bethesda’s Break it Early Test Application Warns of Spectacular Bugs in Fallout 76


Bethesda, the game development studio behind Fallout 76 (as well as others, such as The Elder Scrolls series), has released a statement that players might encounter some somewhat spectacular bugs in the game.

Addressed to the community, the letter goes on to explain that due to the size of the game there are bound to be several rather odd bugs which the team is not yet aware of.

Fallout 76’s Full Map Revealed


The full world map for Fallout 76 has been revealed and now you can see how it compares to Fallout 4.

Bethesda says Fallout 76 is the biggest game it has ever created. At E3 2018 the studio said it will be “four times larger” than Fallout 4, which already offers a pretty expansive game world