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Fallout 76 is a survival game that takes place just 25 years after the bombs fell. It was a disaster at launch and easily the biggest stain on Bethesda's track record.
Fallout 76 Articles
Fallout 76 canvas bags are finally on their way to buyers
Bethesda are looking to finally end the Duffle Kerfuffle as they announced the canvas duffle bags will start shipping in the week starting on 10 June 2019. The bags are being shipped half a year since Fallout 76 controversy took off.
Fallout 76 is getting combat improvements according to Bethesda
Bethesda have published another developer blog post that details some of the combat changes Fallout 76 will see in the future. Essentially, these are quality of life changes so the combat will not feel as clunky as it did up until now.
Bethesda defend Repair Kits but coy on Fallout 76 Creation Club
It seems that Fallout: Take Me Home is heading for a pretty eventful E3 as the game's project lead Jeff Gardiner and development director Chris Mayer discussed everything from Repair Kits to the game's mod central - the Creation Club.
Todd Howard: A lot of Fallout 76 criticism was well deserved
Speaking in a recent interview, Bethesda's Todd Howard said that Fallout 76 was always going to be a difficult title to launch, and that a lot of the criticism was well deserved. However, he remains proud of what the team did so far.
Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia concludes ahead of Nuclear Winter
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 update brings the Project Paradise event
Bethesda have released the newest Fallout 76 patch notes. This update brought Project Paradise event where players get to explore some bio laboratories that may be soloable content but it seems like grouping up is still highly advised.
Bethesda introduces Purveyor, the first Fallout 76 non-robot NPC
Bethesda highlighted the Purveyor, the first organic NPC that isn't outright hostile in Fallout 76, effectively going against the original "no NPCs allowed" idea. Purveyor will be a high-end vendor since she only deals in legendary weapons.
Fallout 76 Ever Upwards patch brings Pioneer Scouts and backpacks
Bethesda have officially revealed the details of the next Wild Appalachia update that is arriving to Fallout 76 on 07 May 2019. Named Ever Upwards, the update will allow players to join Pioneer Scouts and unlock their first backpacks.
Fallout 76 gets craftable camera and controversial repair kits
Bethesda have rolled out an update to Fallout 76, which adds ProSnap Deluxe craftable cameras for users to document their in-game experiences, as well as the repair kits, which many players claim is a pure example of pay-to-win mechanic.
Fallout 76 getting double XP to celebrate Survival Mode Beta
Some good news coming from Bethesda today, as Fallout 76 players will not be treated to one but two double XP weekends in April, which is their way of celebrating the recently launched Wild Appalachia and PvP oriented Survival Beta.