It started on June 30, 2020, the first season of Fallout 76 – with a new progression system in which you can earn your rank by earning S.C.O.R.E. increases and thus secures you various rewards. Where there is a first season, a second, third, fourth and many more seasons will usually follow. Now those in charge at Bethesda have on their official website released a preview of the second season of Fallout 76. It should appear on September 15, 2020, in parallel with Update 22.
The new "Armor Ace" game board
With season 2, Fallout 76 gets the new "Armor Ace" -S.C.O.R.E.-board. You accompany armaments ace and power patrol on their freedom march against the feared subjugator and his Red Viper henchmen. Stand on the front lines against the oppressive vipers and fight for freedom as you fight your way up rank by rank over the next ten weeks. With each new rank, you unlock new rewards, such as themed cosmetic skins, C.A.M.P.-items, in-game currency, skill card packages and more.
Adjustments for Season 2 of Fallout 76
With the start of season 2 you can unlock ranks immediately – if you want, you can invest atoms in your ascent from the start day of the new season and don't have to wait two weeks. In addition, some of the rewards from last season such as lunch boxes, ammunition converters and a chicken coop will be added to the range of gold bar dealers. Anyone who missed these items during "The Legendary Run" will have another chance to get them.
The developers are also implementing a few new daily and weekly challenges – for example challenges in the style of daily operations – in order to be able to offer you even more variety and variety on your way through the season. There was also feedback from players who don't have as much time to play every single day as they'd like. That's why the devs plan to offer a few more weekly challenges so that you have more flexibility in advancing your rank and can organize your time more freely. Ultimately, the Double S.C.O.R.E.events will also return. There will be a few of these during this season, so you will have the opportunity several times to double S.C.O.R.E. for a short time through daily challenges. to accumulate.
The new Season 2 rewards
As with "The Legendary Run", you will be able to reach 100 ranks in the course of the second season, and each of them will give you its own reward. This time around, there will be tons of brand new cosmetic items – including armor ace and red viper power armor, weapon skins, and a greenhouse set for those of you with green fingers. There are even rewards such as the foosball table or the armor ace shooting range, thanks to which visitors to your C.A.M.P. can spend their free time actively. Here are just a few of the items waiting for you:
In-game currency such as atoms, legendary notes, gold bars and crown caps will again beckon as a reward for advancing in rank. The skill card packs should also prove useful if you plan to equip and upgrade legendary skills after Update 22 arrives. The concrete list of the rewards of season 2 can be found on the Season page on Fallout.com.
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