This should please the cartographers in the crowd. We now know what West Virginia looks like. Or, at least we know Fallout's take on what West Virginia will look like fifty-some years from now.
Bethesda has released Fallout 76's map, which is said to be approximately four times larger than Fallout 4's. It certainly appears less dense. Fallout 76 seemingly gives you and your compatriots room to roam. You already know where the country roads will take you.
Also, this is more or less what the in-game map will actually look like. Bethesda has waved bye-bye to the green-and-black Pip-Boy aesthetic, and replaced it with a full-color screen. The futuristic apocalypse is so vibrant!