The map, seen below, is littered with waypoints, and clearly shows boundaries between distinct areas in the West Virginia setting. Click on the icon in the top-right to go full-screen, and from there you should be able to zoom in on different locations to see them in more detail.
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?