In the lead up to Fallout 76‘s one year anniversary, Bethesda has announced new updates such as private servers and a release date for its Wastelanders expansion.
Launching next week, Fallout 76 will have private servers where players can have their own world that they can explore with friends. Additionally, you’ll be able to add mods to your worlds. The only caveat is players will have to pay to have private servers.
As for the Wastelanders update, Bethesda has delayed it to early 2020. The update includes features such as dislouge options, human NPCs, and a brand new storyline.
Other changes coming to the game is Bethesda plans on reworking aspects of the reward and challenge systems to make it more fun for every player. Additionally, they’ll continue to add new items and cosmetic types to the game’s Atomic Shop. Among the most popular items at the shop include Repair Kits, Scrap Kits, a working refrigerator, and a Collectron Station where you can display items you’ve found in the world.
Fallout 76 is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. As more news comes out about the game, we’ll be sure to let you know.
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