Bethesda has shed light on what’s in store for Fallout 76 players post-launch. In a development update published on the Bethesda website mere hours before the game officially launches, Bethesda revealed it is cooking up quite the tasty broth of content.
Before delving into upcoming content, Bethesda Game Studios took the time to thank not only parent company Bethesda, associated studios like id, and support services, but also B.E.T.A. participants who helped ‘made the game better each week’. The game was in a questionable state during the B.E.T.A. and we imagine player feedback has been invaluable in the lead up to launch, hence the show of appreciation
As for what to expect, Bethesda qualify it as an ‘incredible list of updates’ that are already in the works. These range from new quests and events, to C.A.M.P. building improvements by way of a new faction-based PvP system and fresh Vault openings.
The news was understandably vague with no promises as to a release schedule, but Bethesda’s intentions are clear. Fallout 76 is here for the long haul with plans to transform it into an on-going, relevant presence within the online multiplayer sphere.
In other Fallout 76 news, the game was set to go live at midnight local time on November 14th, but PC players worldwide are already able to play, while PlayStation 4 and Xbox One servers are already live in specific countries.
If you’ve yet to preload Fallout 76, expect to download a 51GB day one patch as well as install the full game, which requires approximately 100GB of hard drive space.