Fallout 76 is Bethesda’s upcoming multiplayer overnight dating experience, and there will be a number of amazing things to discover in it. Your task is to portray these things.
We have all the memories of great experiences in games. I have almost perfect feeling of where I was when I crested the first litter in Fallout 3 and looked down in the capital Wasteland from the mountain hollow I came from. There were all kinds of things down there, and I could go play in those things. The promise seemed infinite.
Video game always shocks that feeling, and this week’s Shop Contest is about portraying the moment the player crosses an upswing and sees a beautiful valley below. In the version I did above, they see a fantasy ass city from The Witcher 3 but I bet you can come to something even more amazing.
Your task this week is to create something for the wilderness discoverer to find. Below you will find a comfortable .PNG for all your “shopping needs”, but you should be happy to use which images you can give up.
Good luck! Next week I choose a winner and some honorable remarks. The rest of the rules are below:
How to Upload Images ̵
1. Create your “Shop” and save it to the desktop. Images must be at least 636 pixels wide.
2nd Go to the bottom of this post
3. This gives a comment window. Click “Choose File” if you upload your store from the desktop
4. Alternatively, you can upload “Shop to a free image hosting service. I suggest imgur. Then paste the image URL into the field that says” Image Address. “Note This must be the URL for the image itself, not the page where it appears. This means that the URL ends in .jpg, .gif, .png, anything.
5. Add editorial comment and press Submit and your image will be loaded. If not, upload the image to imgur and paste in the image address as a comment. I will look at it.
6. Big images may not load properly but we have seen some animated .gif up to 5 MB. If you still have trouble uploading the image try to maintain its longest dimension (horizontal or vertical) below 1000 pixels, or even under 2 MB.