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Fallout 76 2019 Roadmap contains raids, Nukashine Brewing, and New Story missions

Fallout 76 has now been out for 100 days, and Bethesda has a surprise in store for those who still play. The studio has presented the 2019 roadmap for Fallout 76, which contains three major content drops planned throughout the year. The complete roadmap can be found on Fallout 76's website, but we have described the highlights below. On March 12, Fallout gets its Wild Appalachia expansion, which includes two new missions and a game mode. The missions, Shear Terror and Ever Upwards, have new stories for you to pursue; The former focuses on mythical monsters while the latter has you with the Pioneer Scouts and earns merit marks. The new game mode, Survival, is called the PvP variant of Fallout 76's adventure mode. Wild Appalachia also features several new features, including a way to replace your unwanted legendary new legendary gear, create your own store where you can sell to other players and brew and distill your own Nukashine recipes. In the summer of 2019, Nuclear Winter comes to Fallout 76, and it provides another new game mode and features to the game. The new state, also called Nuclear Winter, has not yet been described in detail, but Bethesda has said it will "completely" change the Wasteland rules. A new prestige system allows all level 50 players to drive a new legendary status and unlock more powerful abilities as well. Vaults 96 and 94 will also open, giving challenging Raids to Fallout 76. In the fall, Fallout 76 falls…

Fallout 76 has now been out for 100 days, and Bethesda has a surprise in store for those who still play. The studio has presented the 2019 roadmap for Fallout 76, which contains three major content drops planned throughout the year. The complete roadmap can be found on Fallout 76’s website, but we have described the highlights below.

On March 12, Fallout gets its Wild Appalachia expansion, which includes two new missions and a game mode. The missions, Shear Terror and Ever Upwards, have new stories for you to pursue; The former focuses on mythical monsters while the latter has you with the Pioneer Scouts and earns merit marks. The new game mode, Survival, is called the PvP variant of Fallout 76’s adventure mode. Wild Appalachia also features several new features, including a way to replace your unwanted legendary new legendary gear, create your own store where you can sell to other players and brew and distill your own Nukashine recipes.

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In the summer of 2019, Nuclear Winter comes to Fallout 76, and it provides another new game mode and features to the game. The new state, also called Nuclear Winter, has not yet been described in detail, but Bethesda has said it will “completely” change the Wasteland rules. A new prestige system allows all level 50 players to drive a new legendary status and unlock more powerful abilities as well. Vaults 96 and 94 will also open, giving challenging Raids to Fallout 76. In the fall, Fallout 76 falls the last content case for the year, entitled Wastelanders, which Bethesda describes as “a story of true choice and implication” that includes “A new main questline, new factions, new events, new features and even more surprises.”

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In our Fallout 76 review, Edmond Tran wrote, “Bethesda has said it intends to continue supporting the game for a long time, but at launch, Fallout 76 is a bad experience. There are echoes of the series’ admirable features but looking past that facade, past the cute Vault Boy animations, past the well-known radio tracks, and you will find no heart – just an indefinite wasteland doomed to be nuked over and over again. “

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