What you need to know
- Fallout 76: Wastelanders was first announced at E3 2019.
- The update adds non-playable characters into the game, alongside new quests.
- Wastelanders was supposed to launch on April 7, but it's been delayed till April 14.
- You can purchase Fallout 76 for $16 at Walmart.
Fallout 76: Wastelanders was revealed back at E3 2019 but has since been delayed a number of time. Bethesda teased that some random characters and a reputation system would be added, but it was unclear what the scope of the changes would be. Today, the developer released a launch trailer for Wastelanders, confirming that it was going to launch on April 14 on Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4.
We're happy to present the launch trailer for Wastelanders – the largest update for Fallout 76 to date – releasing entirely for free on April 14 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Wastelanders brings a new beginning to Appalachia for first-time and veteran players alike with a new main quest, human non-playable characters (NPCs), new choices, companions, a reputation system, and much more. Players will forge alliances with new factions in an effort to uncover the secrets of West Virginia, either in groups with friends or solo as a lone wanderer.
It's sort of unbelievable that Bethesda launched Fallout 76 without NPCs. Luckily, they'll be here before you know it. I'm mostly excited about the companion and reputation systems because that should add more depth to the experience.
If you've been holding out on Fallout 76, you'll be happy to know that it's coming to Steam on April 14. That should make the game much more accessible for a number of people who prefer the platform.
War has changed
West Virginia is calling
Fallout 76 is a major change for the Fallout franchise. This game lets players see the irradiated lands of West Virginia as they try to rebuild, constructing their own home bases and in a first — playing online with friends.
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