The Fallout 76 beta, otherwise known as the Break-It Early Test Application (B.E.T.A.) is scheduled to kick off tomorrow for those on Xbox One and recently, the start times for the first public demo of the game were unveiled.
In a recent tweet, Bethesda announced that the first session of the Fallout 76 beta on Xbox One will kick off tomorrow night from 7:00 PM EST until 11:00 PM EST. Unlike a proper demo which allows you to play whenever you’d like, the first test run of Fallout 76 will occur in timed waves so that Bethesda can stress test the servers as hard as possible all at once. The more players appearing in the same session, the easier it’ll be for Bethesda to prepare for launch day.
Best of all, if you have a code to gain access to the Fallout 76 beta for yourself on Xbox One, you can redeem it right now and begin pre-loading it onto your console. That means once things kick off tomorrow night, you’ll be able to dive right in and start playing without having to worry about downloading the software.
As for the times of the other sessions this week, they have still not been given. Bethesda has previously said that these beta phases could last anywhere from four to eight hours so even if you can’t make tomorrow’s first four-hour play period, you’ll surely have plenty of other chances this week.
And even if you don’t play the beta at all over the next two weeks, Fallout 76 is right around the corner which means you won’t have to wait too long for the full release anyway. Fallout 76 is slated to launch on November 14 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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