Fallout 76 beta participants now have three spare keys to give away 

Bethesda will be hosting two more Fallout 76 beta sessions this weekend, and beta participants have been given the chance to invite their friends over to goof around in the post-apocalyptic landscape together.

Everyone who has pre-ordered the game across PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4, now has three additional beta codes to giveaway for free. The codes can be accessed by going to the transaction history page on Bethesda.net, but note that these aren't cross-platform keys, as each serial is tied to the same system of the original owner.

Complete instruction regarding finding as well as redeeming these keys can be found on this Bethesda support page.

As for the currently announced beta sessions, players from all platforms will be able to enter the game from 5pm to 9pm ET on November 3, and 2pm to 9pm ET on November 4. However, these times may be extended if any more issues arise like the one from the earlier session, where the 50GB beta decided to delete itself.

While the developer won't be having an open beta to give everyone access, we may see more of these key giveaways happening in the future as a workaround to gather more players during the testing phase.

Fallout 76 has a November 14 release date and PC players can find the official system requirements over here.

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