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Human NPCs and full dialogue trees are coming to Fallout 76 for free this Fall, battle royale mode announced

Bethesda has announced that a new update, called Wastelanders, will be coming to Fallout 76 this Fall. This update will be free to all Fallout 76 players and will be coming to all platforms this Fall. Furthermore, Bethesda announced Nuclear Winter; an all-new 52-player PvP Battle Royale mode, free for Fallout 76 players.

Here is what Bethesda had to say about the Wastelands Update.

“One year after the opening of Vault 76, other humans have returned to Appalachia. Factions of Settlers and Raiders aim to make the world their own and claim a rumored fortune. Embark on a new main quest of choice and consequence, interact with characters and their unique stories, discover the faction settlements of Crater and Foundation, and collect powerful new weapons and armor. Your choices decide their fates.”

Bethesda has also announced that a free trial will begin tomorrow (until June 17th) and players will be able to get a Sneak Peek to Nuclear Winter.

“Nukes have set the world ablaze and the battle to claim your spot as Overseer of Vault 51 has begun – will you be the last one standing or be consumed by the ring of fire? Rank up, unlock exclusive perks and build your C.A.M.P. to weather the storm in true Fallout fashion. Scavenge for weapons, supplies, and nukes to take on other players and creatures and earn unique cosmetic rewards.”

It appears that Bethesda is doing its best to improve Fallout 76 and it’s definitely making the right steps.

The publisher has also released a new trailer for Nuclear Winter that you can find below.

Enjoy!

Fallout 76 – Official E3 2019 Nuclear Winter Gameplay Trailer (AU/NZ)

Fallout 76 – Official E3 2019 Wastelanders Gameplay Trailer (AU/NZ)

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