Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter and Wastelanders Updates Shown Off
Fallout 76 wasn’t great when it released back in November last year. Even the numerous beta sessions prior to its full release weren’t enough to enable Bethesda to get its ducks in a row for the multiplayer-focused wasteland adventure.
Heck, even Todd Howard admitted the criticism towards Fallout 76 was “well deserved”… yikes!
Since its initial release, though, Bethesda has continued to support the wasteland of Appalachia and those vault dwellers that have stuck around for the long-term.
The Stash limit for managing your inventory was increased, and the latest Wild Appalachia update added in a bunch of new quests, features, crafting systems, and more content in general for players to sink their teeth into.
Considering Bethesda pledged to support Fallout 76 just a few months back, it seems like a no-brainer, then that it’ll continue to do so, and the best place to make any kind of big announcement that’s going to turn people around on the game would be at E3 itself.
If Wild Appalachia was the beginning of Bethesda’s big plans for Fallout 76 in 2019, then the follow-up updates — Nuclear Winter and Wastelanders — are sure to up the ante once more.
We already know Nuclear Winter is going to add a new mode, high-level Vault Raids, and other yet-to-be-announced new features. On the other hand, Wastelanders, for the most part, remains a mystery.
We wouldn’t be surprised to see Bethesda blow the lid on both of these future updates for Fallout 76 at E3 2019, and perhaps even try and entice players to give it a go with the game going free-to-play for the week of E3.