(Update) Fallout 76 will be getting a BETA test

"Fallout Shelter" is a free-to-play sim game where you build a vault, fill it with dwellers, and go on quests in the Wasteland. Players are tasked with rebuilding their town - and the entire country - after Reclamation Day in the year 2076.

Multiplayer finally comes to the epic open-world RPGs of Bethesda Game Studios.

The game is an always-online experience, but it's not an MMO. Oh, and there are nuclear weapons you and your fellow survivors can get your hands on. This destruction also creates a high-level zone with rare and valuable resources. Of course, you'll probably have to protect your vault from the nasties that live outside. "The choice is yours", Bethesda says. The game takes place in an alternate future, in which nuclear bombs are unleashed. There are six regions to explore, each with its own risks and rewards. Upgraded Visuals Fallout 76 features a major overhaul to the visuals as seen in Fallout 4, in new rendering techniques and lighting that allows for over 16 times the detail to be depicted in any given seen. Also, as it's set many years before the events of even Fallout 3 there are new threats from giant flying monsters called Scorchbeasts.

After the initial trailer reveal at this evening's Microsoft conference, Bethesda used a good chunk of their own show to hand out a ton of details about the upcoming Fallout 76. In case the Fallout 76 Collector's Editions sell out for the consoles, you find in stock trackers for them as well in the Tracker app. "You can build wherever you want". Howard mentioned that dedicated servers will host Fallout 76 with dozens, not thousands, of people on each server. Here is everything Howard revealed at E3 about Fallout 76. It's more "softcore survival", he says.

The world got an in-depth look at what to expect with Fallout: 76 during Bethesda's E3 press conference on Sunday.