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2020 Roadmap for Fallout 76 - Level Scaling and Brotherhood of Steel

Paul Wozniak, 14 May 2020, 18:57

The creators of Fallout 76 shared their plans for upcoming in-game content. We found out that seasons and passes will be introduced to the game, enabling us to win valuable prizes. The roadmap also includes changes in level scaling and a storyline for the Brotherhood of Steel.

Fallout 76 Will be Developed for at Least One Year From Now

Bart Swiatek, 05 May 2020, 11:49

Developers from Bethesda Softworks - creators of Fallout 76 - informed during an AMA session that the game will be developed for another year. New content will include a storyline and a number of other interesting features and improvements.

Fallout 76 Will Probably Get Animal Companions

Paul Wozniak, 25 April 2020, 20:34

Thanks to a Q&A session with the developers of Fallout 76 on Reddit, we found out that in the near future, the game will probably introduce animal companions as well as new characters and tasks.

Fallout 76 According to Steam Users: Things Got Better

Jacob Blazewicz, 16 April 2020, 13:37

Two days after the debut of Fallout 76 on Steam, a lot of reviews of the game have already appeared. The infamous installment of the Fallout made a bit better impression on Steam users, mainly due to the Wastelanders update, which added NPCs and improved many elements of the game.

Fallout 76 on Steam For Free For Owners of the Game on Bethesda.net

Christian Pieniazek, 02 April 2020, 18:50

Bethesda Softworks has prepared time-limited bonuses for the players for the launch of Fallout 76 on Steam. The publisher has also informed that it will not be possible to transfer subscriptions for Fallout 1st and accumulated Atoms between Steam and Bethesda.net.

Fallout 76 - Small Delay of Steam Version and Wastelanders Update

Christian Pieniazek, 26 March 2020, 19:12

The release of the Steam version of Fallout 76 has been delayed, as has the launch of the Wastelanders update. The reason for this decision is the current situation in the world, which has complicated the lives of Bethesda Softworks employees. Fortunately, the delay is not very big.

Fallout 76 - Toilet Paper a New Luxury Good

Czarus, 20 March 2020, 12:01

In Fallout 76, Bethesda Softworks has launched a new luxury good. It's a toilet paper. Nowadays one roll can cost even tens of thousands of caps.

Natural Landscapes Mod Adds Some Charm to Fallout 4

Milosz Szubert, 17 March 2020, 14:21

A few days ago, a new version of the Natural Landscapes modification for Fallout 4 was released. It clearly increases the quality of terrain textures in Bethesda's production. The mod comes in two versions - 2K and 4K.

Fallout Shelter Online Goes West

Paul Wozniak, 11 March 2020, 15:09

The online version of Fallout Shelter for Android and iOS devices, which until now was available only in China, will soon be launched in the Western market. The production will see several novelties and changes compared to the Chinese original.

Wastelanders - NPCs on Gameplay From Fallout 76

Bart Swiatek, 11 March 2020, 10:20

Bethesda Softworks presented a new gameplay from the large expansion to Fallout 76, titled Wastelanders. DLC will debut on April 7 and introduce NPCs to the game.

Last Week in Gaming – Catch up With all the Important News (March 2-8)

Mathias Zulpo, 09 March 2020, 01:50

Catch up with last week’s news and features to get back into the loop again. From March 2 to March 8, 2020, here’s everything you need to know.

Pete Hines: We Weren't Wrong Making Fallout 76

Konrad Serafinski, 08 March 2020, 19:14

Pete Hines, Bethesda's Vice President of Global Marketing and Communications, believes that despite poor reviews and not very good final results, it was worth creating Fallout 76. He admits that the studio wanted to try something new, and a failure does not mean that one should not try something new.

Last Week in Gaming – Catch up With all the Important News (February 24 – March 1)

Mathias Zulpo, 02 March 2020, 12:02

Catch up with last week’s news and features to get back into the loop again. From February 24 to March 1, 2020, here’s everything that mattered.

Bethesda is Surprised That Fallout 76 Players Prefer PvE Content

Paul Wozniak, 01 March 2020, 17:50

Bethesda's vice president of public relations and marketing department, Pete Hines, says that developers are surprised that Fallout 76 players prefer PvE content to PvP. He admits, however, that devs may not have understood their audience at first.

Fallout 76: Wastelanders - Bethesda Discusses RPG Dialogue System

Christian Pieniazek, 27 February 2020, 19:45

Bethesda Softworks has shed some light on the RPG dialogue system that will be introduced to Fallout 76 with the large Wastelanders update. It looks like conversations with NPCs will look better than the discussions we had in Fallout 4.

Fallout 76 Along With Wastelanders Will Launch on Steam on April 7

Michael Kulakowski, 04 February 2020, 23:15

Bethesda revealed the release date and published the first trailer of a large and free update to Fallout 76, entitled Wastelanders. The expansion introduces new equipment, enemies, factions and, for the first time, human NPCs. At the same time as the add-on, the game will also debut on Steam.

Fallout 76 Players Recover Items Stolen by Hackers

Conrad Hazi, 26 January 2020, 21:44

After the December attack of hackers on the world of Fallout 76, many players lost all their gear. However, Bethesda has taken appropriate measures to repair the damage, so players can recover their equipment and receive free bonuses.

Fallout 76 - New Hack Enabled Anyone to Steal Our Inventory

Bart Swiatek, 27 December 2019, 12:56

Yet another hack appeared in Fallout 76 during the Holidays, enabling users to steal all the property of any player they encounter. Interestingly, a few days earlier, the community had been warned that this could happen, but the problem appeared nevertheless. The gap that enabled the cheat to work has already been plugged.

Fallout 76 Coming to Steam Next Year

Frozen, 20 December 2019, 14:10

Bethesda Softworks assures that, as previously announced, the PC version of Fallout 76 will appear on Steam. However, this will happen a little later than originally assumed.

Fallout 76 - Bug in New Update Destroys Armor

Jacob Blazewicz, 11 December 2019, 23:49

The new update of Fallout 76 introduced a curious bug. Some players have noticed that legendary armor loses its additional effects when weapons are reloaded and that the weapons themselves seem to wear out at an alarming rate.

Fallout 76 - Players Bypass PvP Restrictions With Nukes and Nuka Mines

Bart Swiatek, 26 November 2019, 22:58

Clever players have found a way to bypass the restrictions of the Fallout 76's PvP system. Using the leftover radiation from explosions of bombs and nuka mines, aggressive users can kill people who are not interested in battles and do not respond with fire to taunts and provocations.

Bethesda Bans User who Helped Find Bugs in Fallout 76

Paul Wozniak, 13 November 2019, 21:22

A player who helped find the bugs in Fallout 76 and created an interactive game map was banned by Bethesda. The reason for blocking the account is not entirely clear, and the contact with the support department did not bring a solution to the problem.

Australia: ZeniMax Will Refund Players for Fallout 76

Konrad Serafinski, 01 November 2019, 11:56

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has ordered ZeniMax (the owner of Bethesda Softworks) to refund the players dissatisfied with the quality of Fallout 76.

Fallout 76 - Fights Break Out Between Fallout 1st Subscribers and Other Players

Agnes Adamus, 28 October 2019, 23:09

Fallout 1st subscription divided Fallout 76 community. According to reports published on Reddit, there are clashes on servers, fought between subscription holders and people who have not decided to invest additional money in the title.

Fallout 76 - Paid Scrapbox Deletes Items of First Fallout 1st Buyers

Christian Pieniazek, 24 October 2019, 23:25

Scrapbox is one of the elements of the paid subscription to Fallout 76, called Fallout 1st. Its first buyers report that it causes problems with disappearing objects; some of the players lost all their pieces of equipment.

Bethesda Announces Paid Subscription to Fallout 76

Michael Kulakowski, 23 October 2019, 22:01

Bethesda surprises with the announcement of an additional subscription service for Fallout 76 owners, called Fallout 1st. Upon payment of a monthly fee, the players will have access to several long-awaited features such as private worlds and unlimited space for crafting components.

Fallout Legacy Officially Confirmed - In Some Parts of Europe

Konrad Serafinski, 07 October 2019, 11:51

The leak from a few days ago was confirmed. Bethesda is planning to release the Fallout Legacy collection. Unfortunately, the set will only be available in the UK and Germany but not to console players.

Fallout 76 Collector's Helmets Sprout Mold and Get Recalled

Barth Faryna, 24 September 2019, 21:21

The US Consumer Product Safety Commission calls for refraining from the use of T-51b Power Armor collector's helmets from Fallout 76 that were sold GameStop. The use of the item may pose a health hazard.

Fallout 2287 - Nuclear Winter Turns Fallout 4 Into Survival Game

Konrad Serafinski, 23 September 2019, 12:06

A new version of Fallout 2287 - Nuclear Winter mod for Fallout 4 has appeared on the web. The modification introduces a lot of changes in mechanics and tons of snow.

Fallout 76 - Players are Angry About Pricey Fridge

Barth Faryna, 12 September 2019, 16:15

Bethesda has found another way to piss off the few people who remained faithful to Fallout 76. This time, the idea of the players to introduce a refrigerator to the game, where food can be stored, has been used in an ingenious Bethesda way.

Fallout 76 - Update 12 Introduces First Raid and More

Christian Pieniazek, 20 August 2019, 20:46

Even today, Fallout 76 will receive another major update. Patch number 12 will introduce, among others, the first raid, in which we will explore the secrets of Vault 94, and will bring a number of other changes.

Future of Fallout 76 - NPCs, Companions and Private Servers

Agnes Adamus, 28 July 2019, 18:48

During QuakeCon 2019 Bethesda shared its plans for the further development of Fallout 76. In the coming months the title will see many new features including a new map for Nuclear Winter mode, private servers and additional companions.

Another Botched Fallout 76 Patch; Players Beg for a Test Server

Bart Swiatek, 18 July 2019, 15:19

Released two days ago, the Fallout 76 update 11 broke some key elements of the game - it robbed some players of pieces of armor and intensified the problems with legendary item drops. Some players are begging developers to open a test server, suggesting they can do better at QA.

New Version of Fan-made Fallout MMO will be Released in October

Paul Wozniak, 15 July 2019, 15:26

Fans are creating another online version of Fallout based on the first two parts of the classic game from Interplay. Open beta of FOnline 3 will be launched in October this year.

Pete Hines: Abandoning Fallout 76 was Never an Option

Bart Swiatek, 26 June 2019, 12:50

Bethesda Softworks has never considered abandoning Fallout 76. In an interview for GamesIndustry.biz, Pete Hines emphasized that an accomplished studio can't give up so easily.

Fallout 76 Nowhere Near Mod Support

Christian Pieniazek, 18 June 2019, 23:21

Fallout 76 expected the official mod support at the earliest in autumn 2019. It seems that the devs will be unable to keep even this distant deadline. Although it remains on their to-do list, the devs must first implement private server support deal with and deal with other critical issues.

Bethesda Finally Delivered - New Bags From Fallout 76 Have Reached Players

Jakub Mirowski, 16 June 2019, 16:54

After a long wait, people who contacted the Bethesda company at the turn of last and this year, began to receive the promised canvas bags from the collector's edition of Fallout 76.

Todd Howard: We Knew Fallout 76 Wouldn't get High Scores

Bart Swiatek, 03 June 2019, 12:32

Todd Howard from Bethesda Softworks admitted in an interview with IGN that his company expected the release of Fallout 76 to be problematic. The creators expected poor scores and were aware of many of the problems found in the game.

New Trailer For Fallout: Capital Wasteland Mod

Jacob Blazewicz, 03 June 2019, 00:12

A new trailer of the Fallout 4 modification Capital Wasteland, which recreates the entire content of Fallout 3 on the engine of the fourth game from Bethesda Softworks' post-apocalyptic series, has been released online. The material focuses on battles against the less-than-friendly inhabitants of the radioactive wasteland.

New Online Version of Fallout Shelter Will Launch Only in China

Frozen, 30 May 2019, 22:46

Fallout Shelter Online, a continuation of the popular free-to-play game created by Bethesda Softworks, is due to be released this summer. Everything seems to indicate that the title will not be released outside of China.

Rumor: Fallout 3 Remaster on E3 2019?

Bart Swiatek, 21 May 2019, 15:35

There is a picture on Reddit that suggests that Fallout 3 will receive a refreshed version. The game is scheduled to hit the PCs as well as the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles in June. Unfortunately, there are many indications that the information may be false.

Fallout 76 Will Receive Personal Vending Machines

Konrad Serafinski, 03 May 2019, 19:30

In a few days Fallout 76 will receive a new update, which will introduce personal vending machines and locations to exchange legendary items for Legendary Scrip (the new currency in the game).

Fallout 76 - Update 8.5 Adds Repair Kits

Agnes Adamus, 24 April 2019, 14:55

Bethesda has released the next update to Fallout 76, a Wild Appalachia 8.5 patch adds repair kits and ProSnap Deluxe camera to the game in addition to many bug fixes.

Update 8 For Fallout 76 Rebalances and Adds New Questline

Adrian Werner, 11 April 2019, 00:13

Bethesda released update 8 for Fallout 76. The patch offers, e.g. a new questline, improved gameplay balance and the option to rename items.

Fallout 76 April Roadmap

Adrian Werner, 05 April 2019, 15:08

Bethesda revealed April roadmap for Fallout 76. Incoming attractions include e.g. the Burrows, a new questline, repair kits and the SnapMatic! Camera.

Fallout 76 Survival Mode Beta Launches

Adrian Werner, 28 March 2019, 00:29

Fallout 76 received a patch, adding the beta version of Survival Mode, which focuses on PvP competition.

Doom Eternal and RAGE 2 Coming to Steam. So is Fallout 76.

Jacob Blazewicz, 25 March 2019, 23:48

Bethesda Softworks informed that the PC edition of RAGE 2 and Doom Eternal will be available on Steam. The same goes for the upcoming spin-offs to the Wolfenstein series, followed by Fallout 76.

Player Makes Death Trap in Fallout 76, Opens For Business

Agnes Adamus, 12 March 2019, 13:05

Morbid human creativity knows no bounds. A certain Fallout 76 player has built a maze with a Deathclaw inside. He then proceeded to lure unsuspecting players by offering them attractive prizes.

New Fallout Pen & Paper RPG is Coming

Bart Swiatek, 11 March 2019, 15:00

Modiphus Entertainment has announced that it will make a classic pen & paper RPG system set in the Fallout universe. The new system will debut in 2020.

Fallout 76 Update Enables us to Run Our Own Distillery

Konrad Serafinski, 03 March 2019, 23:30

Bethesda shared details concerning the Wild Appalachia DLC. The expansion will introduce the ability to brew and distil alcohol. The beverages will have different effects depending on fermentation time.