Dubbed the Break-it Early Test Application (B.E.T.A.), this is a way for Bethesda to fully prepare themselves for its launch on dedicated servers.
In order to qualify for the beta, Fallout 76 needs to be pre-ordered. Following the on-stage announcement, a FAQ page for the beta has been set up on Bethesda's Fallout site to answer questions about the test and entice fans to preorder so they can access it. Then Vault-Tec WANTS you!
Q: How Do I get Access to the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A.?
While we did get a peek at Fallout 76 during Microsoft's E3 conference, the full extent of the deal between Bethesda and Microsoft wasn't touched on.
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Multiplayer is a new area for Bethesda Game Studios (ESO is handled by Zenimax), so hopefully we'll see the beta sooner rather than later.
Bethesda already announced that Fallout 76 will launch worldwide on November 14 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. On the receipt (or email confirmation) for the pre-order will be a redemption code which needs to be entered on Bethesda.net after logging in.
Fallout 76 was one of the most hotly anticipated games coming out of E3 2018 and perhaps among the top three well-received unveilings during the convention.