- Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
- Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
- Genre: RPG/survival sandbox
- Platforms: PC, XONE, PS4
- Release date: November 14, 2018.
Next Tuesday, Fallout 76 will receive Update 8, which will introduce, among other things, the Lying Lowe questline, an option to rename items, and improvements in the way traders and turrets work. However, the developers have already revealed the game's development plans for the following weeks.
On April 16 Fallout 76 will receive The Burrows, a new dungeon that is part of the Wild Appalachia. The daredevils will follow in the footsteps of the Brotherhood of Steel in an attempt to discover the reason why the Brotherhood has its units to Harpers Ferry. On the same day, the SnapMatic camera will appear in the game, which we will be able to modify by changing lenses. In addition, there will be a new task and additional challenges related to this subject.
In addition, a few weeks after the release of Update 8, so-called repair kits will appear in the game, i.e. utility items, which will enable quick repair of equipment. Thanks to this, we will spend more time exploring and fighting, and less time in the workshop.
Initially, as part of Update 8, the option of trading items between players was to be added. Unfortunately, the devs still need some time to fine-tune this element, so it will only be introduced as part of Update 9, which will have its launch in May.
Let's remind that Fallout 76 was released on November 14, on PC as well as Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The game met with a cold reception - the PC edition now has an average rating of 52% on Metacritic.
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- Fallout 76 game guide