Fallout 76 is Bethesda's upcoming multiplayer wasteland dominance experience, and there are a number of great things to discover in it. Your job is to represent these things.
We all have memories of great experiences in games. I have almost perfect sensory memory of where I was when I climbed the first hill in Fallout 3 and looked down from the mountain hole I came from into the wasteland of the capital. There were all sorts of things down there and I could play around in this stuff. The promise seemed endless.
Video games are always chasing that feeling, and this year's shop competition is about portraying the moment when the player crosses a hill and sees a beautiful valley below. In the version I made above, they look like a fantasy city The Witcher 3 but I'll bet you can find something even more amazing.
Your task This week something should be created for the wasteland explorers. Below is a handy .PNG for all your shopping needs, though you can feel free whatever images you can use.
Good luck! Next week I will select a winner and some honorable mentions. The rest of the rules are below:
How to Upload Images ̵1; Instructions
1. Create your shop and save it on your desktop. Images must be at least 636 pixels wide.
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3. This opens a comment window. Click "Select File" when uploading your shop from your desktop
4. Alternatively, you can upload the & # 39; shop to a free image hosting service. I suggest imgur. Then paste the URL of the image into the "Image URL" field. Note: This must be the URL of the image itself, not the page on which it is displayed. That is, the URL ends in .jpg, .gif, .png, whatever.
. 5 Add an editorial comment and click submit and your image will be loaded. If this is not the case, upload the image in imgur and paste the image URL as a comment. I will look at it.
. 6 Large format images may not be uploaded correctly, although we did see some animated gifs larger than 5 MB. If you are still having trouble uploading the image, try leaving the longest dimension (horizontal or vertical) below 1000 pixels or less than 2 MB.