How to Start & Complete Events in Fallout 76
With Fallout 76, the series has evolved from a single-player to multiplayer RPG. Although it still feels part of the wider series, it features many of the mechanics you’d expect from an online experience, such as events. Here’s how to start and complete events in Fallout 76.
Unsurprisingly, events are essentially exactly what they sound like: public events that randomly pop up around the map for players to take part in together. Think of them as Fallout 76’s equivalent to radiant quests in Bethesda’s single-player games.
During these random Events, players are tasked with achieving a certain objective, which can be completed either solo or with buddies. Typically, you’re often instructed to take out a group of enemies and interacting with a point of interest nearby.
As a reward for completing an Event, you’ll get a bunch of random junk items, ammo, and healables which are all very handy when it comes to Fallout 76.
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On the flipside of things, what you’ll want to consider if that if you’re taking on a lot of enemies during an Event, you may use a lot of ammo trying to complete it. Sometimes it’s better to return to a certain Event when your character is at a higher level or at least team-up with some pals.
That’s all you need to know about how to start and complete events in Fallout 76. For more useful information and guides on the game, be sure to check out our wiki page.
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