And your progress carries over to the final version
Whether you intend to try the Fallout 76 beta or not, once it begins rolling out in October, we’ll get an eyeful. The beta “will be the full game and all your progress is saved for launch,” according to Bethesda.
It’s worth reiterating that the beta won’t be under a non-disclosure agreement, so participants (read: anyone who pre-orders Fallout 76 to gain access) can share all the screens and videos they want.
We are absolutely going to see ridiculous, hilarious glitches. It’s called the “Break it Early Test Application” for a reason. But, more than that, I can already envision people racing to max out their characters, sow chaos, and unearth every last secret they can dig up before launch on November 14.