A new project has obtained Twitter from storm this week in the form of #Fallout76…that has led to the creation of a full scale, fanmade map of that which might be the in-game map of Fallout 76.
You knowthe game that isn’t coming out before November 14, 2018? We’ve got a map for this today.
Plus it’s a pretty damn good looking map up to now. Dedicated fans have been busy scouring all the trailers, gameplay clips, and other promotional materials released by Bethesda such as Fallout 76 at the hopes of building a full map of Fallout 76‘s universe ahead of the game releases.
Bethesda hasn’t revealed detailed look at the game’s map only yet but has highlighted six important areas; Hazardous Valley, The Mire, Savage Divide, Cranberry Bog, Ash Heap, and the Forest. Fans were able to use this tough map alongside stills of the in-progress variant of the map taken from among the documentaries to build an unofficial fan-made map of Fallout 76.
It’s on its sixth iteration, which you can take a look at in the dialog below. Many locations indicated on the map remain insecure, but most of these are based on real-world places. Some have been verified, such as Charleston, but others have been added into the map based on what fans speculate might wind up in the game.
Fans have also noticed that Bethesda has verified that Fallout 76 will be approximately four times bigger than Fallout 4, that places it in approximately 15.28 sq. miles. That’s just a wee bit smaller than the true state of West Virginia, however, game-world distances are clearly fudged to consideration for a distinct day-night cycle and decent travel times.
Update 6 to the #Fallout76 map. Now with more affirmation and extra speculation. Plenty of fresh offical places additional in and more inclined places with help from a lot of different people. pic.twitter.com/n3FdB6wbzp
— Oscar Armstrong-Davies (@oscerlot) June 18, 2018
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