News | Bethesda reveals new Fallout 76 content for 2022

Bethesda has unveiled a roadmap for content coming to Fallout 76 this year.

In the spring, for example, Invaders From Beyond should be released, in which alien visitors may play a role. Test Your Metal will be released in the summer, full of new public events and challenges.

Expeditions: The Pitt will be released in the fall, apparently set in Pittsburgh from Fallout 3. Nuka-World on Tour will then appear in the winter, with new public events and a boss character. More details about the specific content players can expect will follow.

Fallout 76 was released in 2018. On and shortly after launch, the game came under fire for bugs and flawed gameplay, but Bethesda has continued to support and improve the game ever since. The multiplayer game is available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.


News | Bethesda shows planning for upcoming Fallout 76 content

Bethesda will continue to support the mmo Fallout 76 this year, the company has released a global schedule for new content.

The flow of new content is due to start on April 27 with the Locked and Loaded update. This update adds ‘Special’ loadouts, more C.A.M.P. slots and aim assist on consoles, as well as an expansion to the daily ops.

Steel Reign will be released in the summer, concluding the Brotherhood of Steel mission line. Legendary crafting is also being expanded and there are unlimited seasonal rankings.

In the fall, an “evolution of private worlds” is to be set in motion – although nothing is known about it yet – and ops are being expanded even more daily. Finally, this winter, ‘Tales from the Stars’ will be released, featuring a new seasonal event revolving around cult, four-star legendary gear and the ability to bring pets into C.A.M.P.S. to keep.

In this in-depth blog post, Bethesda talks about the content planned for Fallout 76 this year. The company is also holding a Reddit AMA on the game’s subreddit sometime today.


News | Fallout 76 now has wheelchairs as C.A.M.P. decoration

Bethesda added a wheelchair in Fallout 76 as a decoration for the C.A.M.P. after someone with a physical disability asked for it

Gamer Kelly asked the developer on Reddit if it was possible to get a wheelchair in Fallout 76, since she is also in a wheelchair in real life.

She emphasized that she does not mean that she actually wants to move around with a wheelchair in the game, but that she uses it as decoration in her C.A.M.P. would like to use. “I think a lot of other people would like that too, even if they create a hospital, for example.”

A few months after posting the message, the option to place a wheelchair as decoration was added to the game. “Thank you and excuse my tears,” said an emotional Leunen.


News | Fallout 76's Wastelanders postponed for a week

The Wastelanders expansion for Fallout 76 has been postponed for a week, is set to release  on April 14.

The update was already postponed from last year to this year. Bethesda says the cause is now the coronavirus, which is slowing development of the update.

Wastelanders is set a year into the future, bringing new characters to Fallout 76 that are woven into the story missions. Like previous Fallout titles, players get more advanced dialogue options, players can build romantic relationships and a reputation system is in place. Players will therefore have to choose a side between the raiders and settlers.

NPCs are located in enclosed environments in the game, allowing Bethesda to tailor the experience to choices made previously without affecting the experience of other players. Some existing characters also have been rewritten to interact with in a new way and dialogue options.

The Wastelanders update also brings some new weapons and a visual upgrade. In particular, light and reflections should look more realistic. Furthermore, the dialogue system contains fully written out answers, instead of the simplified options from Fallout 4.


News | Fallout 76 subscription service announced

Bethesda has announced Fallout 1st, a subscription service for the mmo Fallout 76.

Players can join Fallout 1st for € 119.99 a year or € 14.99 a month. In exchange, they receive the option to create a private server in the game for up to eight players. Only the person who creates the server needs to be a member of Fallout 1st.

Members also receive various extras, including exclusive items, a Survival Tent to set up a base in the wilderness and a certain amount of atoms, the  in-game currencies for in the Atom Shop, per month. You can become a member on the platforms for which Fallout 76 is available, ie PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

More information can be found on the official website.

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