Fallout 76 only has 247 megabytes of data on the disc


As Kotaku editors we write about stuff we like and think you'll like too. Bethesda's plan to support the title for an indefinite amount of time means it will have plenty of room to grow.

Preloading for Fallout 76 has begun as of today, for people who have preordered the game, which Bethesda announced on Twitter earlier.

In Australia, the Fallout 76 release time is 12:01 AEST, while North America will have a 12:01 EDT slot.

Bethesda gave us a hard date for the apocalypse: Fallout 76 was set to launch on November 14 at midnight. Voice chat is on by default, whereas players have asked for an opt-in system that Bethesda has confirmed they will be adding in the near future.

Fallout 76 releases on November 14, 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

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While it may seem big, Bethesda had mentioned at length what the day one patches would bring.

Fallout 76 Tricentennial Edition This one comes with bonus downloadable items, and is the default option on Bethesda's site. If you're thinking of preordering, scroll down and we'll outline which retailers are carrying the game.

A huge proportion of players now buy digital download versions of video games as opposed to disc copies, and considering that the servers went live early yesterday, it's no surprise that they became busy very quickly.

Picture it: you've made a character in your likeness, set off on an adventure and made some pals.

First, the game's beta started deleting itself - that's pretty bad, then PC players discovered the game's physics were tied to its frame rate.