Fallout 76 is back in the news, as its first expansion, “Wild Appalachia”, has been delayed and now releases today.

In typical fashion, Bethesda took to Twitter to announce the delay. “We are moving the release of Wild Appalachia back one day on all platforms,” Bethesda Tweeted. “We just need a little more time to brew. Experience the new quest, crafting station & much more starting now on March 13.”

Wild Appalachia will be drip-feeding new content into Fallout 76 today through May 23, with the legendary vendor being the last feature added in the expansion, allowing players to exchange their legendary gear and even set up shops to sell items to others.

The other revealed expansions, Nuclear Winter, and Wastelanders, coming Summer and Autumn respectively, will bring the long-awaited Vaults to the title as well as a host of other features yet to be announced.

If you’re a little tired of Fallout 76, how about a pen-and-paper RPG set in the Fallout universe?

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