It isn't the first time Bethesda has turned to playing online to mix up their franchises, just look at Elder Scrolls Online. To reveal the game a teaser trailer has been released, which you can check out below.
Yes, the teaser trailer opens with John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads", which mentions West Virginia, and it's very likely Fallout 76 could be set there. You can also see an in-game character what appears to be wearing a vault jumpsuit. Judging from the trailer, Fallout 76 operates on the same technology that powered Fallout 4, so it'll be capable of some impressive visual feats and some sharp gunplay.
No, this isn't the 76th entry in the Fallout series because the number just means the Vault that your player is from.
Vault 76, where the game is set, is understood to be a "control vault" with about 500 people living in it. When the protagonists of previous games emerged from their vaults, they were greeted by a threadbare, but nevertheless surviving human society.
Bethesda has teased a new Fallout game, Fallout 76.
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There are no pre-order bonuses yet for Fallout 76 from Gamestop.
Imagining an alternative history which diverged from our own following the events of World War II, Fallout games feature production design motifs informed by 1950s trends, though they take place in the 2100s and 2200s. Rage 2 will be on hand and we expect a few other announcements as well. No word yet on whether or not it will be on the Nintendo Switch, however.
If not a new Fallout game, what else could the studio be teasing? That said, the listing was for a position at Bethesda Montreal. "It will have quests and a story, like any other game from Bethesda Game Studios, a developer known for meaty RPGs like Skyrim", writes Kotaku's Jason Schreier.
There is still no information about its release date, but it will be released on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. In the prologue to Fallout 4, Vault 76 was mentioned to debut in 2076 in honor of America's tercentenary (300-years since the U.S. was founded in 1776). This would make the most sense especially with 2018 being the 10th anniversary of Fallout 3's release for last-gen consoles.