According to a post on the official website, "This landmark partnership is the first of its kind," and fans can expect to see "more exciting announcements" in the coming months.
In case this makes absolutely no sense what so ever: Fallout 76 is set in a post-apocalyptic West Virginia. It's map is called Appalachia - a reference to the US Appalachian region where West Virginia is located.
Now that we've got that cleared up, what exactly is the West Virginia Tourist Office getting out of this partnership? For a start, 76 pays tribute to a number of real world landmarks and folk lore, meaning some fans might want to experience it in real life.
"Players will come face to face with storied creatures pulled from West Virginia folklore, including the Mothman and Flatwoods Monster," the announcement reads.
"They'll explore wild and varied terrain, from Appalachia's lush forests and rolling mountains to oppressive swamps and post-nuclear ash heaps. All the while discovering hints and subtle nods to West Virginia's unique landscape, history and culture."
And to lure people into visiting even more, promotional events, exclusive tours (probably based around in-game locations) and special Vault Boy sightings will be organised by the West Virginia Tourist Office.
As said, details regarding what this unique match-up has to offer will be revealed in the next few months, but it will most likely be even sooner - seeing as the game launches next month.
Not before the official 76 BETA, however, which is on 23 October to anyone who pre-ordered the game. If you haven't done it by now, what the in the Mothman are you waiting for?
What do you think about this news? Are you impressed? Will you be playing the RPG? Is it not what you expected? Let us know.
Fallout 76 is set to release on 14 November for Xbox One, PS4, and PC
Featured Image Credit: WVTourism