With the reveal of Fallout 76, we got our first look at a post-apocalyptic West Virginia. But perhaps the most exciting thing was the new creatures, which are all sorts of terrifying. These are 10 New Creatures in Fallout 76.
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10 New Creatures in Fallout 76 (in text form)
10. Rad-Wasp. There are Rad-Stags and Rad-Roaches, the only logical step forward was Rad-Wasps. Seemingly giant wasps that have been mutated by radiation. As with every creature on this list, we don’t know a lot about them. My assumption is that these Rad-Wasps will sort of act like East Coast Cazadors, since Cazadors evolved from Tarantula Hawks, a special of Spider Wasp. The problem is that the Rad-Wasp’s wings don’t look like they would be able to get it off the ground. There’s also some sort of hive or nest on the back of the Rad-Wasp.
9. Snallygaster. This little guy may be the most alien looking thing on this list. It’s skin is a pink-purple color, it doesn’t appear to have eyes, it’s back is thick and has barbs sticking out of it. There are also two smaller arms coming out of its almost hunched back. The real treat is the Snallygaster’s head, which houses its tongue. To attack, its tongue comes flying out of its mouth. The tongue is spiked, barbed, sharp, pointed, I’d keep going but I’m not a thesaurus. I would assume that there’s some substance covering the tongue so you have more to worry about than just getting hit with it. The Snallygaster also has two more limbs towards.
8. Gas Mask Guy. He, she, it doesn’t have a name yet. We only got a small glimpse at the probably not friendly fellow. It has a hunchback, oddly large hands, a gas mask, and a cloak which conceals its face.
7. Thing with Orange Eyes. I don’t what to even call this. For some reason I’m getting owl vibes from it, but I feel like I’m the only one who sees this and thinks “owl”. Because I wasn’t sure what I was looking at, I played around with a screenshot in Photoshop and noticed a few things. There’s still not much to see, but I think I see two legs and two limbs tucked against its body. Obviously there’s the two orange eyes and antennas.
6. Mega Sloth. From what I can tell, this just looks like a Giant Sloth. With the exception of some fungus growing on its back and some discoloration in the fur, there doesn’t seem to be any horrible mutations that a dozen eyes or hook hands. It’s probably faster than your average sloth, probably stronger, too. Sloths are not indigenous to West Virginia, so the one we see in the gameplay is most likely from a zoo. I hope it’s a zoo. Because zoos have donkeys, and donkeys are better than sloths. There may be hope yet for all three of us who’ve been wanting Bethesda to put irradiated donkeys into Fallout.
5. Liberator MKII. These 4 legged robots appear briefly in the Fallout 76 gameplay we saw during Bethesda’s E3 presentation. They’re a light-blue, almost cyan with a hint of seafoam green, robots that seem to attack in packs. They have an orange spot in their center cylinder that fires an energy blast. Liberator’s also have propellers that come out of the top of their presumably metal top allowing them hover while attacking.
4. Giant Frog. This is one of the new creatures that we get the best look at because there is concept art of it that was shown at E3.
3. The Grafton Monster. A West Virginia legend. The Grafton Monster, from what I’ve read, is akin to Big Foot just with a West Virginian twist. Descriptions suggest that the monster is either headless or keeps its head tucked close to its chest. The in-game version of the Grafton Monster doesn’t appear to have a head. It’s mostly a whitish color, is big as hell, has gigantic arms, and hands almost the size of a person, which look to be its main instrument of destruction.
1. Scorchbeast. This thing is… something. It looks like the Scorchbeast will end up being one of the largest non-unique enemies in a Fallout game to date. Not as big as a Super Mutant Behemoth, but still huge. It almost looks more like a dragon than a mutated creature. The Scorchbeast is likely a mutated bat of some sort. The wings and head certain give it a bat-vibe. Bats emit sound waves from their nose or mouth to navigate and find food in the dark. What comes from the Scorchbeast’s mouth when attacking.
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