Ahead of the Fallout 76 beta, which is due to start later this month, Bethesda has revealed the game’s full, massive map, which it claims will be four times the size of Fallout 4’s. The map, seen below (click on the top right to blow it up to full size), is littered with waypoints, and clearly shows boundaries between distinct areas in the West Virginia setting. I can’t wait to get stuck in. This is how the map will look in-game, too: you won’t be pulling up the map in your Pip-Boy like in previous Fallout games, which means waving goodbye to the old-school black and green aesthetic. The PC Gamer team went hands-on with the game last week—you can check out their impressions here, including thoughts on the disappointing VATS system and the cool, Red Dead-style treasure maps. The full game is out on November 14. Are there any parts of the map you’re particularly looking forward to exploring?