Fallout 76 is getting a new dungeon experience named The Burrows in the upcoming patch, scheduled to release on 16 April 2019. The patch will also introduce new Snapmatic camera but Player Vending feature has been moved to Patch 9.
Earlier this month, Bethesda detailed the upcoming Fallout 76 content that is included in the Patch 8, which is dropping in just a couple of weeks. Lying Lowe questline, item renaming, vendor faction updates, and turret balance changes are all coming on 9 April 2019, and shortly after that, another batch of free content will be added to the wastelands of West Virginia.
One of the additions that are coming in the update after Patch 8 is a new Wild Appalachia dungeon experience named The Burrows. In the new dungeon, players will have to search the depths of Harper's Ferry for a missing Brotherhood of Steel squad that was sent on a mysterious mission.
The details about The Burrows are pretty scarce at the moment, but Bethesda promise to reveal more in next week's Inside the Vault update.
Along with the new dungeon, the update will also introduce Snapmatic! Camera. You will be able to equip this item like any other weapon but instead of firing bullets, you can use it to shoot the Appalachian scenery and fill your gallery with some lovely photos. The camera also comes with a new quest, new challenges and can even be modded to add lenses.
Unfortunately, not everything in Bethesda's blog post about the upcoming patch is good news. The Player Vending feature that was planned to release in Patch 8 will be pushed to Patch 9, which is, at the moment scheduled to release sometime in May 2019.
Bethesda say they intended to add this feature earlier, but apparently, they need more time for a proper implementation. For those unfamiliar with the much-requested feature, it will basically allow players to sell their own items.