Say what you will about Fallout 76’s rocky launch and repeated early bungles, but Bethsoft pumped out so many patches under the Wild Appalachia banner this past spring that our own news team was surprised at how long it was going on. But now that’s coming to an end as Bethsoft moves on to Fallout 76’s next big thing, and the 9.5 patch released earlier this week apparently marks its conclusion.
“We’re just getting started,” the studio writes in its recap today. “We’re going to keep releasing patches regularly, and we still have several major updates on the horizon for Fallout 76 in 2019. As mentioned in the 2019 Roadmap, we’re planning to roll out a new game mode with Nuclear Winter, send intrepid explorers into Vaults 94 and 96, and make major changes to the main questline with Wastelanders.”
Bethsoft is promising more details at its E3 event on June 9th, but in the meantime, it’s posted up a string of infographics: Almost two million of you died to imposter sheepsquatches, you dig fermented beer, and topping the list of items sold on you vendors so far are fusion cores, shotgun shells, and stimpacks. So wholesome.
Check out our latest edition of Inside the Vault for a look at a few exciting stats as the #Fallout76 community dived into Wild Appalachia features and content.
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— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) May 23, 2019