The free Wastelanders replace for Fallout 76 was supposed to come back out late final 12 months, however has been delayed but once more because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic slowing down work on the challenge at Bethesda Game Studios.
“For the safety of everyone, we have transitioned to remote work, and are limiting our in-person interactions,” the studio tweeted. “However, this has affected our ability to do the final testing we need for Wastelanders, and we must move the release date a week, from April 7 to April 14. We’ve done everything we can to minimize the delay and can’t wait for everyone to play.”
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— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) March 26, 2020
Fallout 76 launched in a sorry state in November 2018, with many weird bugs and glitches. But finally the online-only sport discovered its group, together with devoted role-playing teams. It has since been beefed up with extra content material for single gamers, together with the addition of personal servers. The Wastelanders mode will present for a way more conventional Fallout expertise, with non-player characters to speak to.
The Wastelanders replace will launch alongside the Steam model of the sport. Currently the PC model of Fallout 76 is just out there by way of Bethesda’s personal launcher.
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