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Fallout 76 is coming to Steam on April 7th, alongside its upcoming free Wastelanders Update

Bethesda has announced that the free update for Fallout 76, Wastelanders, will release on April 7th. Moreover, the publisher revealed that the game will be also coming out on Steam at the same date. The Steam version will be up to date with the Bethesda Store version.

Wastelanders will be the biggest free update for Fallout 76 since launch. Below you can find its key features, alongside a new trailer for it.

  • New Main Quest and Revamped Original Main Quest. Uncover the secrets of West Virginia by playing through an all-new main quest as well as a revamped original main quest line – with friends or solo – starting from the moment you leave Vault 76. New and veteran players alike will take on new missions, explore new locations and fight with (or against) the new faces that have made their long-awaited return to West Virginia.
  • Human NPCs. Befriend or betray new neighbours who have come to rebuild, and experience Appalachia through the eyes of its residents.
  • New Creatures and Gear. Take down newly mutated creatures finding their way to the region and earn the highest tier of weapons and armor.
  • Choices and Reputation. Alter the fates of those you meet with classic dialogue trees. Decisions affect your standing with each faction through an all-new reputation system.


Fallout 76: Wastelanders - Official Trailer 1

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