Fallout 76 does indeed have a roadmap, and players finally know what Bethesda has planned for the troubled title.
Bethesda has given us the rundown for 3 seasons’ worth of content for Fallout 76, finally giving players a fraction of the reassurance they’ve been asking for. The first season, Spring, kicks off with the Wild Appalachia update on March 12.
Wild Appalachia will be bringing the longly anticipated Survival mode, as well as new quests and vendors. Typically, the quests are pretty far down the timeline, but you can guarantee the new C.A.M.P. items will be available from the start…
Sadly, fans will have to wait until the summer to see the Vaults open. Well, 2 vaults. But still. Vaults 96 and 94 will be opening as high-level group raids. Summer is set to get a new game mode, Nuclear Winter, that is said to change the rules of the wasteland, but just how is unknown.
Additionally, an all-new prestige system will allow players above level 50 to become Legendary, resetting their characters with new, more powerful abilities.
A full list of all the content coming to Fallout 76 is available over on the development blog.
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