In the lead up to the release of Fallout 76, and in celebration of Melbourne International Games Week and PAX AUS, Bethesda have taken to and taken over the streets of Melbourne.
Several huge murals have begun to pop up and adorn the walls of the CBD, and custom taxis have hit the road to help ferry the MIGW & PAX AUS community around the city.
Additionally, at Federation Square between Friday and Sunday, Bethesda will offer lucky participants the chance to #FACEYOURWASTELAND and become the star of their own Fallout 76 billboard in the middle of the city.
Bethesda’s presence at PAX includes a queue hall takeover which is filled with fun activations, as well as The Elder Scrolls: Blades demo on the new Apple iPhone XS Max which is open to anyone to come and play.
On the AMD booth, players will be able to get their hands on Rage 2 for the first time in the country, as well as hands on with The Elder Scrolls Online and Quake Champions.
Bethesda has also taken over the promenade next to the Melbourne Convention Centre and renamed it Bethesda Lane. People can marvel at the installation that runs along it, as well as enjoy game themed menu’s at select bars and restaurants along the way.
In addition to that, Pete Hines, Senior Vice President – Global Marketing and Communication, Tim Willits, Studio Director, id Software, and Matt Firor, President and Game Director, ZeniMax Online Studios, are all in town for the event. You can find their panel schedules here.
PAX AUS is a part of Melbourne International Games Week 2018. For more information on this event and a full schedule, you can check out the official site.