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Bethesda announces Fallout 76’s 2021 roadmap

Yeah, it’s a little bit into 2021, but Fallout 76 is getting a belated start in what’ll be a bran d new year of content. Check out what’s coming up.

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Has there been a game that’s changed more post-launch than Fallout 76? If there is I can’t think of it. 76 has morphed into an almost all-new experience since it first hit consoles and the PC, and it’s not stopping any time soon.

Bethesda has taken the wraps off of a fresh year of DLC. That’s a set of drops that includes the continuing story of the Brotherhood of Steel, new weapons and armor, and Private Worlds.

Here’s the full list of what’s on the way:

Summer

Last year the Brotherhood of Steel arrived in Appalachia and players witnessed a conflict between the ranks and discovered new obstacles in their path. Steel Reign continues the story of The Brotherhood, introducing all new quests, locations, NPCs, and powerful new rewards. Whose side will you take? Your choices will change the Wasteland.

Legendary modules also arrive this summer, allowing players to craft specific Legendary items. Tailor your build to perfect your playstyle.

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Fall

The winds of change are coming, and with it an evolution to Private Worlds! Stay tuned over the coming months for more information as we get closer to release.

We’re also bringing another expansion to Daily Ops to give players even more ways to play.

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Winter

This Winter introduces four-star Legendary Weapons and Armor along with the arrival of the highly-requested and anticipated C.A.M.P. Pets!

Face off against new dangers with an out-of-this-world event. In the brand-new Public Challenge: Invaders from Beyond, players across the server will unite to complete challenges, face off against challenging new foes and earn some stellar rewards.

The Cultists of Appalachia are up to something sinister in a brand-new Seasonal event: The Ritual! Help the cultists in Point Pleasant prepare an exciting and dangerous ritual, and they’ll repay you with unique rewards.

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Read the full story here on Bethesda’s site.

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