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Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia concludes ahead of Nuclear Winter

Published: 12:14, 27 May 2019
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Bethesda released an infographic featuring some of the statistics from Fallout 76's Wild Appalachia content season as a way to celebrate its closure. The next on the list is Nuclear Winter that should introduce a brand new game mode.

Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia has been the first season of new content releases that also brought a pile of bug fixes, which was more or less expected given the poor state of the game back at launch. One of the highlights was the introduction of distilleries that also found a way to the infographic list.

According to Bethesda's farewell post to Wild Appalachia, the most brewed alcohol was Fermentable Beer but unfortunately, the post doesn't contain the exact number how many times players produced it.

On the other hand, they didn't forget to include the numbers for the fake Sheepsquatch genocide. Players killed 1,967,657 Imposter Sheepsquatches in total.

Thankfully, not everyone seems to be a murderous maniac in Fallout 76 as that number is overshadowed by the number of photos taken with Prosnap Deluxe - 5,846,206.

When it comes to the players' trading sense, it seems to be up there, right next to their photography affinity. A total of 5,688,155 Legendary items were scrapped for Scrip. Normally, one would think it would be a waste but Bethesda did introduce the Legendary trader The Purveyor during Wild Appalachia that operated with that currency.

Speaking of which, players traded in 44,907,427 Scrip with The Purveyor in attempts to get satisfying Legendaries. 

Power Armour is Vault Dwellers' favourite, as any Fallout fans could imagine and the testifies to that. In the list of top 10 C.A.M.P. vendor items sold, Fusion Cores took the top spot. They were followed by Shotgun Shells, Stimpaks, 5.56 rounds and .45 rounds to round out the top five. 

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Wild Appalachia season is now officially behind Fallout 76 and Nuclear Winter is the next one in line. There will be a new game mode that is the season's namesake as well as high-level vault raids. Legendary players will become available, which will reset their level but add more power. You can check the current roadmap layout on the .

Bethesda's Fallout 76 releasing on 14 November 2018

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A man with an axe running through a forest in SCUM
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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