Although Fallout 76 is just around the corner, those waiting to get their hands on it don’t have to wait until November 14 to do. Today, Bethesda (finally) announced the date of the game’s upcoming B.E.T.A.
Xbox One players will get first dibs starting October 23. After that, on October 30, PlayStation 4 and PC users will get their chance.
Once you pre-order, head over to Bethesda’s Fallout 76 FAQ page to redeem your the code on your pre-order receipt.
Though players will have access to the B.E.T.A on the dates previously mentioned, the B.E.T.A.’s servers will not remain live indefinitely. The game will go down periodically during the test as developers attempt to troubleshoot any issues and attempt to stress test the servers prior to the official release date.
Bethesda plans to release a series of videos detailing helpful tips prior to the B.E.T.A’s release date.
And while you wait patiently for the B.E.T.A., check out why we think Fallout 76 won’t suck.