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1510540cookie-checkPete Hines Clarifies Fallout 76 Beta Concerns And Random Selection

Pete Hines Clarifies Fallout 76 Beta Concerns And Random Selection

Fallout 76 has generated a lot of talk among gamers, both negative and positive. However, that talk has also created confusion, and some people are seeking answers to clarify any misinformation so that they can make an informed pre-order regarding Fallout 76’s beta. Well, it looks like Pete Hines has stepped-in to straighten things out.

If you are looking to get into Fallout 76 beta or you’re a bit leery and need further information before doing the whole pre-order thing, it seems you might have a determiner here.

The latest talk around Fallout 76 beta is that even if you pre-order the game you could be barred out by a random drawing. One Twitter user phrased it as “selected players get into the beta” via Bethesda’s standards. However, Pete Hines, SVP of global marketing and communications at Bethesda, had a response to that…

Another Twitter user happened to be confused by the information provided by Hines, which seemed to be absent from their knowledge:

Hines confirmation didn’t sit well with yet another Twitter user, where the SVP of global marketing and communications at Bethesda had to go a bit in detail about his confirmed information from Todd Howard, as read below:

Another Twitter user would chime in and would say that the whole thing was “a little gimmick” for marketing purposes, where Hines would say that it wasn’t and that the team was trying to let folks know about something that might happen in addition to the beta:

And lastly, Hines clarified to another curious Twitter user that as time draws closer to the beta, Bethesda and crew will let folks know beforehand the start and end time for platforms regarding Fallout 76 beta:

Hopefully, if you were scratching your head before this, you’ll now have an idea as to what will go down regarding Fallout 76 beta set for October.

In the meantime, you can look forward to Fallout 76′s launch for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on November 14th, 2018.

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