By WENDY HOLDREN
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia has announced a partnership with Bethesda Softworks for promotion of its upcoming release of Fallout 76, an online open world video game set in post-nuclear West Virginia.
Gov. Jim Justice and the West Virginia Tourism Office announced Thursday the partnership with Bethesda, an award-winning video game publisher known for The Elder Scrolls series and the Fallout series.
Fallout 76, which was announced in June via a trailer set to a 1940s-inspired version of John Denver’s famous “Country Roads,” is the latest game in the iconic Fallout series and will be the largest and most ambitious yet.
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