What you need to know
- Fallout 76 is getting a new underground region on May 21.
- You can explore a research facility with a variety of biomes.
- The game is currently available on Amazon (opens in new tab) for $25.
- The new patch will come with a number of bug fixes.
When Fallout 76 launched many months ago, it was plagued with a number of problems like poor performance on Xbox One, and a lack of compelling content.
Bethesda is all too aware of these problems and over the past few months, has focused on improving performance and fixing bugs. Bethesda is working on improving the content spread too, because there's a new location opening up next week.
The company issued the following statement on its Fallout 76 blog.
Hopefully even more regions will be added in the future. However, computer-controlled characters would probably elevate the experience more than anything else.
Are you excited to explore beneath Arktos Pharma? Do you still play Fallout 76? Let us know.
War never changes
Fallout 76 is the first multiplayer online game for the Fallout series. Take on the beautiful but infected land of Appalachia West Virginia to see if you can find your Overseer and figure out what happened to Vault 76. Team up with other players to figure it out together or become a raider by killing them instead.
Excellent and affordable Xbox accessories
Up your Xbox experience with one (or all) of these budget accessories, all of which are approved by the gamers of Windows Central.
PowerA Play & Charge Kit for Xbox One (opens in new tab) ($15 at Amazon)
This charging kit keeps your Xbox One wireless controllers juiced up, and it offers batteries for two controllers. At just $15, this is hands-down our favorite budget charging companion.
ElecGear 4 Port USB Xbox One S Hub (opens in new tab) ($19 at Amazon)
This brilliant little USB splitter hub attaches perfectly to the side of your Xbox One S console. It's ideal for use with chargers, controllers, headsets, and more.
Controller Gear stand (opens in new tab) ($13 at Amazon)
Proudly display your Xbox gamepads with this stylish and functional stand. The licensed design is minimalist and black, and it has a hidden storage compartment, making the price of $13 a real steal.
Asher Madan handles gaming news for Windows Central. Before joining Windows Central in 2017, Asher worked for a number of different gaming outlets. He has a background in medical science and is passionate about all forms of entertainment, cooking, and antiquing.
Get the best of Windows Central in in your inbox, every day!
Thank you for signing up to Windows Central. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.