Bethesda and the Tourist Office will work side by side on advertising campaigns designed to help both outfits, with West Virginia trying to "teach players about the unique landscape and unique West Virginia culture" and Bethesda branded materials with "Fallout 76". where the game can be set.
"It is finally time for the rest of the world to see what a gem West Virginia is," West Virginia Governor Jim Justice said in a statement. "For years I have said that we have everything: beautiful landscapes, the best people you can ask for, and more, and now we can share a part of it with people all over the world through the unique lens of this video game."
There is a wide range of different locations to see in West Virginia that are reflected in "Fallout 76", albeit with their own irradiated charm. Commissioner West Virginia Tourism Office Chelsea Ruby said the "Fallout 76" version of John Denver's "Take Me Home, Country Roads" is reminiscent of a "creepy" West Virginia after the disastrous apocalypse that befell humanity.
"Fallout 76" indeed contains iconic locations from West Virginia, including the State Capitol, the Greenbrier Resort, West Virginia University and a selection of other instantly recognizable locations. Players can watch it all themselves with "Fallout 76" launches on November 14 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. The beta version of the Break-It Early Test application starts this month on all platforms.