GarethB - 30 May 2018
Llinted if this is a MMO but I find it hard to believe that there would be another “regular” FO title so soon after 4
With E3 dawning next month, Bethesda has just announced their next project: Fallout 76, with a vague teaser trailer (see below) returning us to the nuclear vaults that we all love and fear.
Not much is known about the next instalment in the Fallout franchise, but expect to hear more about it at Bethesda’s E3 press conference on June 10th. Fallout 76 is set to be released on PC, Xbox One and PS4.
For those that endured it, the teaser trailer was caught by the most dedicated of fans who watched an all-day Twitch stream by Bethesda; a static Vault-Boy figurine perched cheekily in front of a television set.
The last game in the series was Fallout 4, released in 2015. Speculation is leading many to believe that this may be either Fallout Online or a game in the vein of Fallout: New Vegas – a spin-off that used the preceding Fallout 3’s gaming engine.
The last DLC for Fallout 4 was the ‘Nuka World’ expansion in 2016. Could Fallout 76 follow in New Vegas’ steps, taking us back to new journeys in familiar territory? Or is it a long-awaited online spin-off? Rumours are circulating that the game is being developed at both Bethesa Game Studio’s in Martland and also at an Austin office that was previously working on a cancelled shooter called Battlecry.
One things for certain: we’re going back underground.
06 Apr 2021
Desktop-as-a-service (DaaS) is far from a new concept. In fact, it has roots as far back as the late 1960s when IBM was utilising mainframes to centralise processing. This concept was expanded on with the client-server model in the 1990s before being super-charged by the more powerful servers and fibre-optic broadband connections of the 21st century.