The game is out this November and as it's getting a Break it Early Test Application I'm sure the release version will be bug free, right Bethesda?
In order to access the B.E.T.A. you'll need to pre-order Fallout 76, which you can do here.
"Do you have nerves of steel?" If you think you have what it takes to be a B.E.T.A. tester - and enjoy prolonged confinement without sunlight - then you're in luck! In the Fallout 76 beta FAQ on the official site, Bethesda revealed that Xbox One players will get first dibs.
Here's what we still don't know: when the beta begins and the gap between the Xbox One beta launch and other platforms such as the PC or PlayStation 4.
Xbox players will probably feel some sort of justice with this, with the amount of PS4 exclusives shown at E3 this year, such as Spider-Man, The Last of Us Part 2, and Ghost of Tsushima. Stay tuned for exact timing for each platform here and @Fallout on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. But now we know that, whenever it does begin, players on Xbox One will be the first ones to exit Vault 76 and start exploring the mostly-non-radioactive hills and valleys of West Virginia.
While we did get a peek at Fallout 76 during Microsoft's E3 conference, the full extent of the deal between Bethesda and Microsoft wasn't touched on. Numerous big online games these days offer early beta access (among other exclusives) on certain platforms.