New Futuristic Video Game Features The Greenbrier, Other West Virginia Locations

By Robert Bordelon

Tourists will not be the only people able to explore West Virginia's mountains in late 2018. At E3, the annual conference used by video game developers to announce their upcoming projects, Bethesda Game Studios announced the official location of the next entry in Fallout, their hugely successful post-apocalyptic series: West Virginia.

Fallout 76 is set approximately 100 years in the future, about 20 years after nuclear war destroyed the United States. After living in the underground Vault 76 since the bombs fell, the player will emerge to explore familiar locations across West Virginia.

Read more in the Monday, June 11, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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