Fallout 76 gets players in on the trick-or-treat action

    
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Halloween in the wasteland is set to arrive next week, as Fallout 76 activates its spoopy activities on October 19th through November 2nd.

During the event, players can take down Scorched who — for some reason — have taken a break from murder sprees to put on costumes and collect candy. These special mobs drop buff-happy candy, ammo, and Halloween-themed loot.

Additionally, Bethesda is giving all players a free “spooky candy bowl” to put in their C.A.M.P.s so that other players can trick-or-treat. There are several daily and weekly challenges tied into this, which in turn spit out more Halloween goodies.

Fallout 76 is also planning a “Bombs Drop Day” on October 23rd with sales and unspecified weekend events.

Source: Fallout 76
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Dennis VonBeck

Serious question… I love the Fallout universe. Can a primarily solo player, play and enjoy this game?

I know this had an hellacious start but I really like the idea of it. What do ya think would I enjoy this game now, once again as a solo player?

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McGuffn

yes.

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Dennis VonBeck

Thank you…

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Toy Clown

I’m excited about trick-or-treating at other player’s camps. Changed my camp icon to the pumpkin and gave it a Halloween-y name so players know they’ll be able to trick-or-treat there. It’s my first Halloween in FO76 and I’m excited!

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EmberStar

I hope the event is fun for the people who enjoy this game.