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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.
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Fallout 76 nuke codes, week of 15 September, 2020
Fallout 76's nuke codes will now change every Wednesday. The free item is still the "No Mic" Emote and the Brotherhood of Steel Collectron. The Collectron will hang around until September 22.
Fallout 76's Update 22 adding One Wasteland, Daily Ops, Legendary Perks
Bethesda are rolling out Fallout 76's Update 22 today, adding a bunch of new features like One Wasteland, Daily Ops, Legendary Perks and kicking off Season 2.
Daily Ops coming to Fallout 76 in the next patch
Bethesda announced a new activity to keep Fallout 76 players occupied, the Daily Ops, with randomisation and loot designed for replayability.
Fallout 76 nuke codes, week of September 8, 2020
Fallout 76 nuke codes for this week have been updated and decrypted but there are currently a couple of bugs in the game which are causing some trouble with actually using them.
Fallout 76's Season 2 will kick off soon - new rewards incoming
Fallout 76's Season 2 will start when Update 22 arrives. The game's second season will bring new rewards and some changes to the rank-up system. A double S.C.O.R.E. event is now live.
Fallout 76 nuke codes, week of August 25, 2020
Fallout 76 nuke codes have been once again updated and deciphered while Bethesda added one more freebie to the Atom shop, which makes it potentially up to two emotes that can be obtained without extra charge.
Fallout 76 nuke codes, week of September 1, 2020
Fallout 76's nuke codes have been updated and decrypted. The game's Atomic Shop is offering some new free items, thanks to the players who've collected enough wood during the Project ATLAS event.
Fallout 76 nuke codes, week of August 18, 2020
Bethesda updated the nuke codes once again and the community deciphered the new ones. There is a new freebie in the Atom Shop and A Colossal Problem is now available.
Fallout 76 test server reopens, A Colossal Problem returning soon
Bethesda's newest Inside the Vault blog post focuses on the reopening of the Public Test Server (PTS), the return of A Colossal Problem and Meat Week, which is almost upon us.
Fallout 76 is still getting mod support, so be patient
There are numerous reasons why Fallout 76 fans are anxiously expecting mod support, one of them being that Bethesda promised it, but the dev assured everyone it's on the way.