What you need to know
- Fallout 76 is an adventure game from Bethesda.
- It's getting a lot of new content starting this summer.
- Season passes will let you earn rewards by participating in activities.
- The infamous Brotherhood of Steel is also making a return towards the end of this year.
Today, Bethesda announced major changes coming to Fallout 76 starting this summer. You can look at the entire roadmap for 2020 above. There are going to be seasons that play out like a board game, and much more. You can take a look at some of the highlights below.
Bethesda said the following about what's coming to the game soon. I'm excited about the Legendary Perks more than anything!
The season pass looks a lot like a board game, and you earn rewards the more you progress.
Completing in-game activities gives you points that unlock new tiers in the board game. You can do this up to 100 Ranks, so essentially like the Destiny 2 season pass.
However, let's say that you're late to the party. You can always use your earned or purchased Atoms to rank up. I'm not sure how expensive 150 atoms is for a rank, but that's how much it's going to cost you.
You can read about everything in great detail here. Are you excited for the changes coming to Fallout 76? Let us know.
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