Fallout 76 – So bad, it’s now FREE with every copy of Lee Carvallo’s Putting Challenge!

Fallout 76
Fallout 76 is a game we couldn’t get for review, here, and are we starting to see why? Reviews have been negative to the point where the game is on sale for almost 50% of its original price.

Had it arrived, it would’ve been one of my other reviewers taking a look at this, since as anyone who knows me knows, I don’t do multiplayer gaming, and Fallout 76 is nothing BUT multiplayer.

Dreamcastguy said in his review that it was only worth 6/10 in its current state, hoped it would get better, and advised only buying it when it’s 50% off… and now, it is, basically, but I never thought it would happen THAT quickly! And would they even patch it up, now, given the discounting?

Plus, Yong Yea has said that initial sales were down 80% on Fallout 4, and that it’s gone on sale one week after release, hence this post.

Maybe they should just do a ‘Fortnite‘ and make it free, since it’s stuffed full of microtransactions?

As for whether Fallout 76 is free with every copy of Lee Carvallo’s Putting Challenge? Well, I was joking… perhaps in Springfield it is…

Check out the Lee Carvallo gameplay below, as well as the Dreamcastguy and Yong Yea videos:

Previously on DVDfever:

November 15th:

Fallout 76
Fallout 76 is out now and we’ve received… not a review code at this point but…a Reclamation Day postcard – relating to a main quest in the game. We knew something was coming, but not what, exactly. It’s kind of interesting, but not exactly a Pip-Boy…

If we do get a copy of the game for review, then we’ll bring you a review soon after. If not, we won’t.

In the meantime, here’s some pics of the postcard.

September 5th:

Fallout 76 is released on November 14th, and it’ll be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

The final installment in the You Will Emerge animated video series has been unveiled. I somehow seem to have missed the others, so here’s all four parts today! It’s the official source for tips on surviving life outside of Vault 76. Learn to work together with fellow survivors to harness the power of the atom! On your adventures across the untamed wasteland of Appalachia, you may stumble upon fragments of nuclear launch codes. Work together with other survivors, or not, to piece together code fragments and discover the ultimate weapon – nuclear missiles.

With great power comes big decisions! Do you take the noble path and help beat back the threat of menacing Scorchbeasts by obliterating the fissures from which they emerge? Maybe you’d rather take aim at your fellow survivors? Whatever your choice, tread carefully in the temporary blast zone – high-level threats stand between you and the area’s rare and valuable materials!

Check out the videos below: Introduction to Multiplayer, Crafting and Building, Perk System and Atomics for Peace! Nukes Video.

June 12th:

Fallout 76 had its Official E3 trailer shown off at Bethesda’s presentation, along with the confirmed release date of November 14th, and it’ll be available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.

Also check out our other E3 2018 uploads!

Check out the E3 and Power Armour Edition Trailers below:

Fallout 76

May 30th:

Fallout 76 is coming soon, and is released by Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4.

At DVDfever, we’re really looking forward to E3 2018, and Bethesa have their Showcase on Sunday June 10th at 6:30pm Pacific Time Los Angeles, live on Bethesda.net. I expect we’ll get a release date for this, then, along with more info.

Of course, we’d look forward to E3 2018 if we were in LA, too, but we’ll be in sunny Manchester, instead. Hence, for those of us in the UK, this equates to 2.30am Monday June 11th. If you’re in the land of nod right then, no doubt it’ll be online afterwards.

Check out the new 4K screenshots and trailer below. For each screenshot, click on it for the full-size image: