Fallout 76

Fallout 76

Bethesda Accidentally Leaked Personal Data of ‘Fallout 76’ Customers Looking for Help

The game publisher accidentally sent support ticket information to customers using its help desk.
Matthew Gault
5 days ago
Video Games

'Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden' Is a Post-Apocalyptic Game Done Right

The new game is the 'Fallout' sequel I didn't know I needed, thanks to a strong sense of style and a fresh take on turn-based combat.
Matthew Gault
12.4.18
bugs

These Lawyers Want to Sue Bethesda Over 'Fallout 76' Refunds

Migliaccio & Rathod is talking to angry customers and preparing a class action lawsuit against Bethesda.
Matthew Gault
11.28.18
Bethesda

It's Way Too Easy to Cheat in 'Fallout 76'

It’s easy to scam your way to infinite caps, unlimited carry capacity, and as much XP as you need.
Matthew Gault
11.27.18
Gaming

'Fallout 76' Players Are Breaking Nuclear Launch Code Cryptography to Unleash Hell

If this is the security the ‘Fallout’ world used to protect its ICBMs, no wonder it perished in nuclear war.
Matthew Gault
11.21.18
Video Games

Ambitious 'Fallout' Mod 6 Years In the Making Has the Story You're Missing In 'Fallout: 76'

'Fallout: New California' is a mod that's also a whole new game—and it captures the magic of the original games.
Matthew Gault
10.30.18
Gaming

Nuclear War Experts Are Horrified by ‘Fallout 76’

With the threat of nuclear Armageddon looming, three nuclear war experts think Fallout 76’s new 'nuke loop' goes too far.
Matthew Gault
10.16.18
wasteland

I Played Three Hours of ‘Fallout 76’ and I Can’t Stop Thinking About Its Story

Bethesda’s new game isn’t quite Fallout 5, but it’s pretty damn close.
Matthew Gault
10.8.18
Gaming

Watch These E3 Trailers Instead of Working

'Cyperpunk 2077,' 'Gears of War 5,' 'Halo Infinite' and others all got new trailers at E3.
Matthew Gault
6.11.18