While the game will be entirely online, players will also be able to play it solo. First off, the map is four times the size of Fallout 4, set in the hills of West Virginia, and you're playing one of the vault dwellers who's the first to emerge into the Wasteland on Reclamation Day, just a few decades after the bombs fell.
But Fallout 76 is much, much more than that. Featuring PvPvE gameplay, players can choose to work together or kill one another in this world.
We'll have more on Fallout 76 as it happens.
Currently, there is no way to sign up for the beta on Bethesda's website or social media accounts. Given we don't have a ton of time until Fallout 76 releases in November, we suspect this will be the only chance that players can try this title.
If you're a gamer, you probably don't need to be told that this year's big E3 conference is now underway.
Bethesda has announced Starfield, their first original single-player franchise in 25 years (clearly they are referring to Bethesda Game Studios, or else they'd probably count Dishonored).
Base building from Fallout 4 returns, but is more flexible. The game won't be tied to specific servers, either.
Bethesda also showed off another trailer for Fallout 76 on Sunday as well during Microsoft's session.
The Collector's Edition will include a wearable Power Armor, with pre-order available through either version.