from Karsten Scholz
Those responsible at Bethesda have published the Roadmap 2020 for Fallout 76 and revealed what content will open in Appalachia in the coming months. Look forward to seasons, the "Wasteland for All" update and the return of the Brotherhood of Steel!

That was almost a month ago Wastelanders update for Fallout 76 went online and brought NPC characters and new challenges to Appalachia. However, according to the Bethesda developers, this was only the beginning. Because a few more innovations are planned for this year. Which one exactly, that tells you freshly published roadmap 2020.






The Roadmap 2020 for Fallout 76 reveals what the future holds for Appalachia.



The Roadmap 2020 for Fallout 76 reveals what the future holds for Appalachia.

Source: Bethesda




Here is the summary:

  • Free trial week: From May 14th you can Appalachia until May 18th on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 free unsure (on PS4 and Xbox One you need an active membership in PS Plus or Xbox Gold).
  • Summer 2020 brings seasons: The new progress system should provide you with plenty of rewards such as atom packages, skill card packages or unique cosmetic items. If you want to know more about the seasons, will find it here. Seasonal events such as Fastnacht and Fleischwoche also celebrate their comeback.







Fallout 76's first season starts in summer 2020.



Fallout 76's first season starts in summer 2020.

Source: Bethesda




  • Fall 2020 brings "wasteland for everyone" update: This update should make it easier for you to explore Appalachia together with other players. The developers will subject the fight to far-reaching balancing changes. Enemies and rewards then scale according to level.
  • A large content package is planned for winter 2020: In Broken Steel, the Brotherhood of Steel returns to West Virginia with new quests, pets, NPCs, and more.

How does the timetable read for you? Are you looking forward to 2020 in Fallout 76 (buy now)? Let us know in the comments!

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