Fallout 76 Stress Test Is Live On Xbox One, Download Size Revealed


According to Bethesda's FAQ, the Fallout 76 Stress Test is a timed stress test that will run the course of four hours.

Many questions remain regarding Fallout 76 and its new online format (which we partly answered via our recent hands-on preview).

Fallout 76 is set to launch in November.

On the other hand, people who pre-ordered a physical copy can log into their Bethesda.net account (or create one if they don't yet have it) and see if a digital token is available under their Transaction History account section. And even then there's no guarantee you'll be selected.

Multiplayer is the headlining game-changer, but that one, seemingly simple change has had a knock-on effect on Bethesda's design decisions across the board.

Bethesda has announced that before the beta launches, some Xbox Insiders will be able to take part in a limited stress test starting this weekend to help the studio prepare for the beta launch.

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Launch the Xbox Insider Hub and look for "Fallout 76 Stress Test" under the Insider Content tab.

Once you have a code, use it to download Fallout 76 from the Xbox Store on your Xbox One.

Bethesda Softworks and the West Virginia Tourism Office have partnered up to cross-promote each other, with the Mountain State debuting a "Fallout 76: Emerge and Explore West Virginia" website devoted to directing would-be lone wanderers toward the decidedly less risky, real-life locations the studio replicates in its sprawling, detailed game map.

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This is one of our favorite Fallout 4 mods and one that should consider if you're exhausted of wasting time scrolling through hundreds (many of them worthless) of items.