To celebrate the nuclear apocalypse that set the Fallout 76 experience to life, Bethesda has revealed that a free week is underway, as are in-game live events.Continue reading
Fallout has always had a lot to offer. Fallout is a series that continues to amaze with its post-apocalyptic setting in a world where Nucleac War has made it one giant wasteland. Now, Bethesda and Amazon have revealed their team up with Westworld Creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy through their studio Kilter Films. Here is what you need to know.
To prepare fans for the 2020 season in Fallout 76, Bethesda has revealed plans for the game, which includes a battle pass type system and planned in-game content.
Fallout 76 fans have only a short while longer as the Wanderers are making their way to Appalachia, preparing to populate the Appalachian Wasteland once again. Here’s what you need to know, especially those brand-new features.
Bethesda has launched the Fallout 1st subscription model for Fallout 76 that includes creature comforts, some cosmetics, and uh… Those once said to be free private servers?
During QuakeCon 2019, Bethesda’s Jeff Gardiner (Project Lead, Bethesda Game Studios), Tom Mustaine, Co-Studio Director (Bethesda Game Studios), Mark Tardiff (Co-Studio Director, Bethesda Game Studios), Chris Mayer (Development Director, Bethesda Game Studios), who discussed upcoming changes to Fallout 76, some of the changes coming soon.
Fallout 76 is about to get crazy with brand new NPCs, new main story quests, and a 52 player Battle Royale mode that will see nukes, power armor, and a wide variety of guns come into play. Here’s everything we know.
Fallout 76 has a brand new test to put players through as it ups the ante for those looking to show off their survival skills in both PvE and PvP along with new scoreboards and plenty more.
Fans of Fallout 76 now have an idea of what kind of content to expect in the upcoming months. With several seasons worth the new game modes, quests, stories, events, and plenty more, there’s a lot you’ll need to know.
Whether you like them are not, loot boxes are a thing and it seems that the latest game to possibly use them is Fallout 76, which was originally stated not to get them. Now, it seems things may be changing after Reddit noticed some startling changes in the games changelog file.