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Fallout 76 to add Display Cases and rework Charleston Capitol

Published: 16:37, 08 August 2019
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Fallout 76 - Display Cases

Bethesda have detailed the upcoming update for their online RPG Fallout 76 in their latest blog post. The update will introduce Display Cases, so you can show off your favourite guns, melee weapons, magazines, bobbleheads, junk and more.

After a rocky launch, and several major updates, Fallout 76 has become a solid title with a lot of content and game modes. Bethesda are continuing to support the game with regular updates and they have detailed the upcoming one in their latest blog post.

The Patch 12 is scheduled to arrive later this month and it will allow you to add even more personal touches to your C.A.M.P. and showcase the gear you’ve collected during your travels in the Wasteland with Display Cases.

You'll have a number of different cases, stands, and racks that you can use to exhibit items like your favourite guns, melee weapons, magazines, bobbleheads, junk, and more. Adding items to cases works just like assigning items to Vending Machines or a Fermenter, Bethesda explain.

Once you've set up your case, you can put items to it directly from your Stash. Displayed items will remain in your Stash but you'll be able to identify them by a new trophy icon next to their names.

To build a case, just visit your C.A.M.P build menu and you'll notice the new Displays tab where you can pick which racks, stands and cases you want to build. You can showcase up to 30 individual cases in your place.

Furthermore, in the Patch 12, Bethesda will revisit the Charleston Capitol Courthouse to make a significant rework of the building's interior. First and foremost, the devs reworked the layout and design so it better reflects the story you uncover as you play through the Key to the Past questline.

Additionally, the developers also split the main Capitol Building and its Courthouse wing into two different calls to better support of the mentioned questline. This change allowed Bethesda to adjust the difficulty of enemy spawns in both areas.

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The Patch 12 will arrive sometime this month and you can find more details about it on .

Bethesda's Fallout 76 releasing on 14 November 2018

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During the E3 this year we had a chance to see Todd Howard present the new Fallout 76 where he talked about the location, map size and more. Beta was announced for early summer while the official release will be happening 14 November 2018.

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