Bethesda is bringing Fallout Worlds, new customizable servers to Fallout 76 this September, which will allow players to change their rulesets and make the Appalachia they've always wanted to experience.
Fallout 76 has had an interesting journey. From a game with no NPCs at launch to one that is now creating full fleshed out storylines with NPC factions for players to explore, the next step in that journey is coming on July 7th, with Steel Reign.
In a blog post late last week, Bethesda is once again asking players for their feedback to help make sure Steel Reign, the latest major content update to come to Fallout 76 releases in the best state it can.
Fallout 76 has come a long way from, what some consider, one of the worst launches of a live-service game in recent memory to one of the most played games on Xbox. While bugs still crop up from time to time, Bethesda hasn't given up on delivering enjoyable content for their dedicated player base. The Steel Reign update that was teased in this years' roadmap has hit the Public Test Server, and players seem to have mixed feelings about the changes.
Fallout 76 recently released their Locked and Loaded update, which introduced the long-awaited addition of loadouts to the game. Players were also excited about some of the changes to C.A.M.P.S. which included a new display type, the mannequin, which allows players to display their outfits. Unfortunately, some players that have used the mannequin have found a game-breaking bug that results in repeated disconnects, to the point where they can't manage to log in at all
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Fallout 76 is getting its Locked & Loaded update today, and with it brings many features that players are going to be looking forward to.
The most recent Inside the Vault for Fallout 76 shared some new details on its upcoming Update 26, including the changes for Daily Ops.
Yesterday, Fallout 76 released their 2021 roadmap, complete with exciting features and additions like 4-Star weapons and armor, craftable Legendary Items and some upcoming changes to Private Servers. Today, Project Lead Jeff Gardiner and Design Director Mark Tucker took to the Fallout 76 subreddit to answer some questions. We've compiled their answers, and weeded out what's important for a streamlined experience.
In the latest Inside the Vault article, Bethesda divulges what's coming in the latest roadmap for 2021. The upcoming features will change the game in exciting new ways, like S.P.E.C.I.A.L. loadouts, legendary crafting, Legendary Power Armor, and they will introduce 4-Star Legendary items!
Fallout 76 didn't have the best of launches with the multiplayer game set in the post-apocalytic universe stumbled out of the gate. However, since then as the team has worked on the survival game, it's become one of the most played games on Xbox, according to Todd Howard.