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Shady Sands is a town founded in 2142 by one of the groups that left Vault 15, led by the father of Aradesh. It's located between Vault 13 to the west and Vault 15 to the east. In 2161 it was small but self-sufficient farming community (they have their own irrigation system used to grow their own food), led by Aradesh. They had trouble with radscorpions and the three groups of raiders formed by other Vault 15 residents - Khans, Vipers and Jackals. They were eventually helped by a stranger called the Vault Dweller, who rescued Tandi, Aradesh's daughter when she was kidnapped by the Khans. Shady Sands is a very peaceful town, shown by a Pillar in the city center with the shape of an Obelisk, written on it are the Words "In Remind of Hope and Peace"
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Fallout 76 is an upcoming multiplayer game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the next installment in the Fallout series (ninth overall) and will be released on Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on November 14th, 2018.
Setting and story
The game is set in the state of West Virginia in the year of 2102, 25 years after the Great War and before any previous Fallout game. It involves Vault 76, one of the 17 control vaults, designed without a social experiment.
Some news from Bethesda today. The headline of their news release says they've "expanded" into Austin, however, all is not as it seems.
What is now Bethesda Games Studios Austin was yesterday known as "Battlecry Studios", a subsidary of Zenimax Media LLC. For those of you who need a refresher on the Zenimax empire, Zenimax owns publisher Bethesda Softworks, who in turn owns Bethesda Games Studios. So rather than a new studio, this is more than a rebranding.