Fallout 76’s Wastelanders wins over Steam players, looks ahead to May


With Fallout 76 reviews trending “mostly positive” on Steam following the release of this past week’s Wastelanders content update, it looks as if Bethesda may have pulled off the impossible and made this game somewhat respectable. But now that the post-apocalyptic survival game has NPCs, what’s on tap for the future?

The studio said that it is working on a May patch that’ll include some quality-of-life improvements and the return of the Fasnacht event. For the rest of this month, however, everyone who played the game before Wastelanders should get a free Mountain Scout outfit plan for their workbenches. Bethesda also announced that it’s extending the window to link Bethesda and Steam accounts through April 28th to share copies of the game.

Project Lead Jeff Gardiner also filmed a two-minute video from what looks like his front yard to talk about this momentous occasion:

Look forward to our first impressions of Fallout 76’s Wastelanders early next week.

Source: Fallout 76
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