Fallout 76 isn’t far away. With November 14, 2018 fast approaching and a couple more B.E.T.A. sessions before launch, lots of big names are getting in on the action. Maybe one of the most interesting events is an upcoming stream with Fortnite star Tyler “Ninja” Blevins and musical star Logic. They won’t be taking it on alone though, being joined by another iconic pair – Adult Swim’s Rick and Morty. Ninja and Logic will be exploring the wastes with the cynical doctor and his reluctant grandson, and we’ve got the details on where to catch it.
It was on November 5, 2018 that Bethesda announced the unique cooperative stream, hosted by Xbox and Microsoft’s Mixer streaming channel. Ninja and Logic will be taking on the wild wastes of West Virginia in the open-world multiplayer adventure of Fallout 76 and the titular Rick and Morty of the Adult Swim animated series will be joining them. It’s safe to say that whatever happens, there will be some questionable judgement and ruthless hi-jinks between the two pairs during Bethesda’s latest upcoming Beta for Fallout 76.
Nobody exists on purpose, nobody belongs anywhere, everybody’s gonna die. At least @adultswim‘s @rickandmorty will play #Fallout76 on @Xbox One with @Ninja and @Logic301.
That should solve your existential crisis.
Tune in on @WatchMixer and @Twitch. https://t.co/GflwsjIxzP pic.twitter.com/nnVDp1v9vU
— Fallout (@Fallout) November 5, 2018
How to Watch Ninja, Logic, and Rick and Morty
Onto the main reason to be here. The stream is scheduled for Thursday, November 8, 2018 at 6PM PST / 9PM EST. Ninja, Logic, Rick, and Morty will be playing on Xbox One and you can catch all the Fallout 76 action at various stream outlets including Bethesda’s Mixer channel, Adult Swim’s website, or the Xbox Mixer channel. You can also catch it on the Bethesda Twitch Channel, which can be seen below.
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While perhaps the most outlandish of cooperative streams, it’s certainly not Ninja’s first rodeo, having been on stream with musical icon Drake, Ju-Ju Smith Schuster of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and much more. Even so, teaming up with Logic should be a fun show and with Rick and Morty in the mix, things may get more than a little bizarre in Fallout 76’s radioactive wastes.
Be sure to check back on November 8 when the stream goes live to catch all the action. Don’t forget to check out our other Fallout 76 coverage as well.