Bethesda previewed some new Fallout 76 Factors that represent different ideals and goals players will learn about in the new game.  Fallout Twitter account, Bethesda said: "Free States," an organization composed of doomsday people who were not planning to go down without a fight. On October 23, 2077, the world was plunged into nuclear. But what if you expected the worst? And planned for it? In Appalachia, a group of doomsday preppers did not exactly that. Organized as the Free States, they are holed up in their bunkers. And survived. At least, for a while … pic.twitter.com/a85PAvAVCQ
The wording of the Fallout tweet was ominous and interesting in its nature with the text alluding to the Free States facing an unfortunate fate. Saying they were surviving during the outbreak of the nuclear, the "at least, for a while" part of the message says they're not around any longer. Fallout 76 [http://www.nccp.org/public/public/public/nacts.cfm] [Playersmaynotexpecttoencounterinteractwith Fallout 76's factions, so it's unclear if players want to be able to join this faction or others. Quests, hints, and other lore details in Fallout 76 Holotapes, letters, and other remnants of the past though, so players can roleplay as if they were one of the factions if they're not able to join them outright.
The Free States were not the only fact that Bethesda's revealed this week either. Sharing a different tweet on Friday, Bethesda shared the background with the Responders World of Fallout 76
All across America, they were the first to run into danger: the brave fire fighters, police officers and medical professionals who selflessly served their communities. After the bombs fell, they formed the Responders. Their mission – help each other … no matter the cost. pic.twitter.com/CxonTtnqTa
– Fallout (@Flolout) October 19, 2018
Fallout 76 is scheduled for release on November 14th for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.