With all the buzz around Fallout 76’s impending release, it’s not surprising that fans of the game have used their initiative to do something pretty spectacular. A post on Reddit, which has been updated nine times as of writing this, has used the author’s knowledge, as well as multiple contributions from the community, to predict what the game map will look like. The first thing you will notice is how sprawling the scale of the whole thing is, with a huge number of landmarks for Wasteland wanderers to get lost in.



As you can see from the image above, a lot of these locations are described as “reasonably confirmed”, which essentially means that information provided by Bethesda is sufficient for us to assume that they will appear in game. The areas marked in orange are more speculative, based on conjecture or circumstantial evidence from the real world locations. That is not to say that these locations won’t appear in game, it just means that they shouldn’t be considered a guarantee.

The main towns of Watoga, Welch, Beckley, Harpers Ferry and Morgantown all make an appearance on the map, whilst Bramwell, Sheperdstown, Martinsburg, Wheeling and Flatwoods could join them in the game world. The main regions are all nailed on at this point, with the Cranberry Bog offering the most colourful landscape seen in a Fallout game, and the Toxic Valley being one of the most inhospitable, due to leaking chemicals from pre-war factories. You can check out images of the regions in the slider below and make sure to keep up with all the latest news from Fallout 76, and any other game, here at GameRVW.

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Fallout 76 will be available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on November 18th 2018. The Beta will be available to Xbox One players before anyone else.