Bethesda has shared a new roadmap for Fallout 76 for 2022.
In addition to a previously teased major update this fall, called Expeditions: The Pittthe roadmap also includes details on new seasonal events, bosses, challenges, and more.
The roadmap and details can be found below, via Bethesda.
Bethesda Game Studios is gearing up for an exciting year in Fallout 76. Throughout 2022, players will experience a range of new content, starting with the Invaders From Beyond update in the spring. Summer promises a variety of public events to play with the Test Your Metal update. In the fall, players will venture beyond the borders of Appalachia and into the Pitt on an all-new expedition. Winter marks the arrival of the Nuka-World Traveling Tour in Appalachia, bringing with it new Public Events, a new Region Boss Public Event, new loot, and more! Finally, a new year of seasons means more weapons, gear, and items to deck out your CAMP. Read on for the full breakdown of what’s coming to Fallout 76 this year.
Our next patch will be here soon with a brand new seasonal event, Invaders From Beyond. In this map-wide event, players encounter UFO sightings and aliens. Defeat the invaders and destroy their deployed Brainwave Siphons before they complete their “search”. This patch also brings improvements and changes to Fallout Worlds, including the ability to earn SCORE on daily and weekly challenges, new settings for CAMP buildings, PvP settings, disabling VATS, and legendary perks.
The Test Your Metal update includes three new public events: Test Your Metal, Eviction Notice, and Moonshine Jamboree. Fallout 1st members can look forward to scoreboard enhancements such as exclusive challenges, increased SCORE earn rate, and scoreboard-exclusive leaderboards.
Expeditions: The Pitt arrives and introduces a whole new way to play Fallout 76. Accessible through a new hub in Whitespring, players will venture outside of Appalachia for the first time in the game. repeatable site where players will earn new rewards, encounter new NPCs with quests and dialogue trees, and reintroduce Trogs, an enemy first seen in Fallout 3’s The Pitt.
A wasteland entrepreneur kicked the tires and uncapped the pre-war traveling Nuka-World on Tour roadshow. The roadshow has set its sights on the As Heap region of Appalachia. Players can look forward to new Public Events with this update, including a new Region Boss Public Event. Earn loot, explore locations, and interact with new NPCs to learn more about the show.
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