FAYETTEVILLE \u2014 Fallout 76\u2019s Vault Boy will return to West Virginia to meet with spectators, Saturday at the 39th annual Bridge Day at the New River Gorge Bridge.\r\nThe appearance is part of West Virginia Tourism Office\u2019s recent partnership with Bethesda Softworks, the video game maker behind Fallout 76.\r\nTourism officials and Bethesda will work together to promote the upcoming release of Fallout 76, an online open world video game set in the Mountain State.\r\n\u201cWe\u2019re so excited to welcome Vault Boy back to West Virginia,\u201d said Tourism Commissioner Chelsea Ruby. \u201cWhile the game is set in a post-apocalyptic version of West Virginia, this partnership allows us to showcase the real elements and sites of the game in their true, natural beauty. By bringing Vault Boy to Bridge Day, gamers, spectators and residents alike will have a chance to see and experience the real Almost Heaven.\u201d\r\nOn Saturday, visitors there to watch base jumpers dive off the 876-foot New River Gorge Bridge can stop by and strike a pose with Vault Boy at the Tourism Office booth.\r\n\u201cThis game is bringing West Virginia into the national spotlight, and through this partnership, we\u2019re able to increase exposure and visitation to many of our famous sights and events, like Bridge Day,\u201d said Ruby.\r\nEvery year on the third Saturday in October, the New River Gorge Bridge is closed to traffic as certified base jumpers launch themselves from the top of the highest bridge in the Western Hemisphere. Bridge Day 2018 will be from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. For a full schedule of events, visit <a href="http:\/\/OfficialBridgeDay.com">OfficialBridgeDay.com<\/a>.\r\nFallout 76 will feature six West Virginia regions, including the New River Gorge Bridge.\r\nMore announcements from the Tourism Office and Bethesda Softworks will made in coming weeks. To stay up-to-date at <a href="http:\/\/WVtourism.com\/Fallout76">WVtourism.com\/Fallout76<\/a>.\r\nFallout 76 drops Nov. 14 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Info: <a href="http:\/\/fallout.com">fallout.com<\/a>.