6.9 C
Alba Iulia
Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Fallout 76 updates will add Brotherhood of Steel, new seasonal rewards

Must Read

Disney Research’s neural face swapping technique can provide high-resolution photorealistic video – TechCrunch

New document published by Disney Research in partnership with ETH Zurich describes a fully automated neural network-based method for...

Russia denies radiation incident despite striking measurements in Northern Europe

The registered particles, according to the international organization, are the result of a nuclear fission caused by humans. The...

The sale of AAP is finalized, which avoids the closure of an 85-year-old “ vital ” press wire

The future of the Australian Associated Press (AAP) newswire has been secured with the inking of a sale to...

Bethesda launched Wastelanders, the update on NPCs and role-playing games, to Fallout 76 in April. Now the developer has released a roadmap for the rest of 2020 through ttwo blog posts sure his official website. There’s a lot of content to come, including a famous NPC faction from the Fallout franchise’s past.

The current “challenge” system Fallout 76 is very simple: players can complete tasks, such as killing specific monsters or leveling up while wearing some silly cosmetic equipment, to earn atomic points, which can then be spent on cosmetics and quality of life items in the atomic shop.

A new season system for Fallout 76 will revise this framework. Players will have a new currency called SCORE points which will increase at the end of the challenges. Players will advance in a retro style board game with increasing SCORE points, which will give them rewards. This seems to be an improvement over the current system, especially since Bethesda says that “the challenges will be less complicated and easier to achieve, usually involving activities that players would accomplish while playing Fallout 76 as they normally would. “

It’s basically a combat pass system, which is popular in other games as a service like Red Dead Online and Fortnite.

Image: Bethesda Game Studios / Bethesda Softworks

In the fall, the One Wasteland for All event will begin, which will rebalance enemies and levels. This means that players will not leave the safe, take a wrong turn, and run into huge, raised enemies. Higher-level Vault Dwellers will also have more of a constant challenge no matter where they are on the map.

In winter, the Brotherhood of Steel will return in Fractured Steel. It will be a Wastelanders style expansion pack which will add a new faction, quests and NPCs to manage. The Brotherhood of Steel has been present in all Fallout games to date; in the early days of Fallout 76, the players were able to discover that they had entered the region, but had all died in the attempt to stop the Brûlé.

From now on, Fallout 76 will play for free on PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One until May 18, but will require a PlayStation Plus or Xbox Live Gold subscription to play on consoles. All progress made in the free trial will be transferred to the full game if purchased.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Latest News

Disney Research’s neural face swapping technique can provide high-resolution photorealistic video – TechCrunch

New document published by Disney Research in partnership with ETH Zurich describes a fully automated neural network-based method for...

Russia denies radiation incident despite striking measurements in Northern Europe

The registered particles, according to the international organization, are the result of a nuclear fission caused by humans. The Swedish and Finnish nuclear authorities...

The sale of AAP is finalized, which avoids the closure of an 85-year-old “ vital ” press wire

The future of the Australian Associated Press (AAP) newswire has been secured with the inking of a sale to new owners who say they...

25 confirmed cases of COVID-19 now linked to a nail salon in Kingston, Ontario.

Kingston, Ontario area health unit confirms three more COVID-19 cases related to a nail salon in the city of eastern Ontario, warning that all...

More Articles Like This