Fallout 76 to Get Post Launch Support on Monthly and Weekly Basis

Fallout 76 is a month away and Todd Howard of Bethesda has confirmed that the game will feature an exciting post release content support. Fallout 76 will get updates on the monthly and weekly basis to offer all the players of the game more activities.

This information came from Todd Howard in an interview which is from back in July but released now for some reason.

Todd Howard says:

“One thing we love about Fallout 76 is that we built it so we can support it on a monthly and weekly basis.” Looking at our previous games, we know people will want to play it for years, so we’ll keep updating it over time. the release “

Howard then explained how this system will actually take place and he expects the game to last two years from now.

For now the system is built and assembled, we will have the opportunity to add things that are more welcome and requested by users, change parts of the game and change certain aspects: this is really exciting for us. game will evolve over the years, and to be successful we will work together with the community and the players. “

Now we can’t wait to get our hands on the game in November to enjoy the detailed content. Post-launch content is a great decision by Bethesda and will definitely keep us busy while playing Fallout 76.

Before the release, there’s a Fallout 76 Beta scheduled to take place in October. It’s only available for those who have pre-ordered the game and will launch first on Xbox One. PlayStation 4 and PC players of the game will be able to play it a week later.

Other than that, Sony has finally allowed cross-play on PlayStation 4 with an extended beta of Fortnite. Despite that, Bethesda is not going to bring cross-play to Fallout 76 anytime soon. Many fans of the game got disappointed especially after Pete Hines blaming Sony in the past for cross-play delay.

Fallout 76 will be fun and it will bring detailed customizations. Also, you will be able to change your character appearance at any time you want.

Fallout 76 is scheduled to release on November 14, 2018, for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.

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