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Fallout 4 release date confirmed alongside new gameplay details

Bethesda has given us a detailed look at Fallout 4 including a whole host of new gameplay features for the game.

In fact, Bethesda went as far as to confirm that the Fallout 4 release date is set for November 10, 2015.

Following the reveal earlier this month, Bethesda has offered new Fallout 4 gameplay details alongside that launch date.

You can read the full details over at our Fallout 4 main hub, but there’s a whole host of details that Bethesda has revealed during the press conference.

For example, the crafting system has been completely overhauled to make sure that everything you pick up in the game has a purpose.

This also means the game features a brand new settlement system that allows you to build, create and customise your own house and eventually a town.

The weapons system has been enhanced too, with over 50 base weapons and over 700 modifications available in game.

Anything you pick up can be salvaged for parts, whether you need screws, glue or any other components you’ll need. So make sure that you nab anything you see. And get the dog on it too.

Fallout 4 is coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC on November 10, 2015

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