When You Can Next Play Fallout 76 Beta – Fallout 76 Beta Times
Update 2: Another update to the Fallout 76 Beta times has arrived courtesy of the Bethesda Twitter account. We’ve provided the tweet down below so you can check out the final two dates.
Update: Bethesda has now announced the remaining Fallout 76 Beta times that players on Xbox One, PS4, and PC will be able to take part in. We’ve included the tweet below for your convenience.
Fallout 76 is right around the corner, and Bethesda are giving players a sneak peek through the exclusive beta. Problem is, the beta isn’t available for you to hop into whenever. There are set Fallout 76 beta times that will enable you to hop in and carry on exploring the post-apocalyptic wasteland of West Virginia. If you’ve missed out on the first trial, you’ll still have a chance to catch up. That said, here’s when you can play the next Fallout 76 beta.
If you’ve missed it, Bethesda actually launched the Fallout 76 beta a while back on Oct. 23. Some lucky players got a taste of what the open-world adventure has in store before it officially launches next month.
Those who hadn’t gotten to try the game (or want to play it again) are in luck, as Bethesda is planning to reopen it again this weekend. Just recently, they released a tweet stating that the Fallout 76 beta times will be on the following date and times:
- Saturday, Oct. 27 – 5 pm ET to 7 pm ET
- Sunday, Oct. 28 – 12 pm ET to 2 pm ET
It’s worth noting, however, that this exclusive test is limited to Xbox One players only. If you’re playing on PC or PS4, you’ll have to wait until the end of the month (Oct. 30, to be exact) before you can play.
We’ll be updating this post as and when Bethesda announces more Fallout 76 beta times, so you can hop in and check out their shared world rendition of the RPG series for yourself.
If you’re a returning player, all of your progress has been preserved, meaning you can pick up right where you left off. Moreover, it also seems like you can carry over your save file into the full game on Nov. 14, so that’s definitely something to look forward to.
Those who are interested in getting a Fallout 76 beta code can grab a copy right now if they pre-order the game. Just keep in mind that the beta only opens during specific dates, such as the ones mentioned above.
It’s also unsure whether Bethesda plans on releasing more slots for the Xbox One beta. Those keen on trying the test tomorrow are probably better off pre-ordering the game now rather than later, just so they can take advantage of the perks.
We got a chance to test the beta ourselves and are pretty pleased with what Fallout 76 has to offer. If you’re looking for more details about Bethesda’s upcoming open-world adventure, make sure you search for Twinfinite.