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Skyline Valley arrives for Fallout 76, includes Vault 63, a new Ghoul type, and Shenandoah

A major new drop for Fallout 76, Skyline Valley expands the map, adds in a new kind of Ghoul, and the mysterious Vault 63.

OH SHENANDOAH

Get ready to boot up Fallout 76 one more time, as Bethesda continues to grow with a major new update. Revealed at the Xbox Games Showcase, Skyline Valley brings a totally new area to the title’s already massive map, with the southerly region of Shenandoah.

This of course isn’t the Shenandoah that you might know, as this post-apocalyptic version of the picturesque spot is beset by electrical storms. The raging lightning has a mystery to it as well, that players will have to uncover, which may or may not include a new electrically-powered Ghoul type (The Lost), and a boss called the Storm Goliaths. Yes, plural.

The Wasteland has broadened its horizons with today’s launch of Fallout 76: Skyline Valley. Now available for free for Fallout 76 players across all platforms, Skyline Valley marks the first ever map expansion and takes the adventure southward to the brand-new Shenandoah region where players will investigate the cause of an electrical storm looming overhead and unveil the mystery around Vault 63 where players will meet its dwellers and discover a shocking new Ghoul type – The Lost. 

Bethesda press release

Landing right along with Skyline Valley is another new update, in Season 17: Pioneer Scouts – Skyline Valley. In this new Seasonal piece of content, Fallout 76 takes players to a summer camp of sorts, where they can “participate in classic camp activities while earning new in-game camp-themed rewards”. Sounds like some good old fashioned fun! For a full list of what you can grab, click here to head to Bethesda’s official site.

Ready for some fun in the great (electrically-charged) outdoors? Skyline Valley is out right now for Fallout 76 for the PC, Xbox, and PlayStation platforms. Don’t have a copy of the base game? Well, if you have Xbox Game Pass or PlayStation Plus Extra, post-apocalyptic adventures are included, so get to downloading.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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