Are you prepared for some Fallout action that isn’t quite vintage but is yet near enough? Because Wastelanders, a significant free update for Fallout 76, launches today for Xbox One, PS4, and PC users, bringing back many recognizable elements of the old genre. You can already pre-load the update if you already possess the base game.
Additionally, Bethesda conveniently provided global launch times for the update. Today at 4:59 AM PDT/7:59 AM EDT/12:59 PM BST, Wastelanders becomes live. To find out what time zone your area is in, look at the tweet below. Before the upgrade goes live, comprehensive patch notes need to be accessible.
Even with all the humor, Wastelanders in Fallout 76 does alter the core game quite a little. The peaceful Settlers or the violent Raiders are the two human NPC groups that players can choose to support. You’ll take on missions for either group, earning a reputation by speaking with other players through dialogue trees and making crucial choices. When the update goes live today, keep checking back for further information.
Xbox One Users Can Now Preload Fallout 76 Beta
Fallout 76’s first beta test session is set to begin next week, but Xbox One players who want to participate can already get a head start by preloading the game. If you already preordered Fallout 76(opens in a new tab), you can ensure that your console is prepared for the “B.E.T.A” test, which begins on October 23.
Be prepared to run into some potential hiccups throughout the test session because the beta test is intended to stress test Bethesda’s servers in the lead-up to Fallout 76’s launch. The advantage is that Bethesda will be able to identify any significant faults and fix them prior to further testing and, eventually, the final release.
The only way to participate in any of the beta test sessions is to preorder Fallout 76. In order to take part in the test if you’ve already made a purchase, you must use your beta code in conjunction with a Bethesda account.
A significant change from the franchise’s origins may be seen in Fallout 76. Fallout 76 expands the experience from its solo roots to a massive multiplayer trip, while still retaining the series’ trademark heavy role-playing features.
To complete quests, establish towns, and engage in some minor player-versus-player combat, players can work together. Additionally, even though the game requires an internet connection, you can play it alone if you like. It costs $59.99 to preorder Fallout 76, which is scheduled to release on November 14. (opens in new tab). Check out Amazon (opens in a new tab)
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