Fallout 76 celebrates five years with streams, gifts, and events as Halloween comes to the wasteland


It’s hard to believe it but Fallout 76 will be turning five years old in November, which means that Bethesda Softworks is preparing a whole bunch of celebrations across the rest of October up until the anniversary date itself on November 14th.

Some of the celebrations on deck include livestreamed classes all about making incredible CAMPs, a developer Q&A on Discord, and an in-game parade across multiple platforms to check out player-built floats. This week also saw some goodie bundles handed out to Prime Gaming and Game Pass members, while a special birthday challenge event will run from November 7th through the 21st.

In the meanwhile, the Halloween event has begun inside the multiplayer title, with costumed monsters to kill for candy and legendary items, trick-or-treating to do at other players’ CAMP sites (provided they’ve put out a candy bowl), and daily and weekly challenges to complete for a new Mothman Nest housing item. The spooky season runs from now until Tuesday, November 7th, while the calendar of anniversary events can be seen by clicking the image below the break.

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