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Following its reveal at E3, the buzz surrounding “Fallout 76” continues to grow. While developer Bethesda has been tight-lipped with regard to any new details about the game, a short behind-the-scenes video offers some insight into the making of one of the year’s most anticipated titles.

Noclip, producers of crowdfunded YouTube documentaries about video games, recently released “The Making of Fallout 76,” which sheds light on the early development process, including the decision to set the game in West Virginia and how the team adapted the Mountain State’s geography in order to make a more game-friendly environment. You can check out the video below:

“Fallout 76” launches Nov. 14 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Windows PC. Those who want to experience the game earlier can preorder a copy to gain access to a beta, the dates for which have yet to be announced. For information about “Fallout 76,” click here to visit the official website.

 

It’s hard to believe that we’ve already reached the midway point of 2018. The first half of the year has been filled with a number of high-profile releases, with the likes of “God of War” and “Detroit: Become Human” arriving on PlayStation 4, “State of Decay 2” landing on Xbox One and “Far Cry 5” dropping on multiple platforms.

As is usually the case, the frequency of Triple-A releases slows during the summer months, setting the stage for the end-of-year holiday rush, which this year features what could be the best collection of games we’ve seen in some time, with highly anticipated titles like “Red Dead Redemption 2,” Call of Duty: Black Ops 4″ and “Fallout 76” set to arrive before the calendar turns to 2019.

With a lull in the action, this seems like a good time to take a look back at some of the games I’ve been enjoying so far in 2018:

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