Have you played Fallout 76? We did, and like everyone else, wasn’t overly impressed BUT will the latest update help sooth those pains?
Yesterday, Bethesda released the first slate of content for Wild Appalachia, a free update that brings a series of new quests, features, events, crafting systems and more to Fallout 76. Players can dive in now to start a brand-new quest that will teach them to brew up tasty beverages that will help (and potentially hinder) their ability to take on the horrors of Appalachia. They also plan to release regular patches alongside Wild Appalachia to continue making updates and balance changes as well as introducing other new features such as player reporting and challenge
In Wild Appalachia players can also look forward to:
- New Brewing & Distilling Features
- A New Seasonal Event – Fasnacht Parade
- Survival Mode
- New C.A.M.P. Features – C.A.M.P. Decorating, Player Vending, Functional Camera
- Legendary Vendor and Scrapping
- New Quests:
ShearTerror! and Ever Upwards
“The Brewing Station is a workbench that you’ll learn to construct during the ‘Wasted on Nukashine’ quest. This crafting station can be placed in your C.A.M.P. and is used to create a variety of adult beverages, including beers, cocktails, wines, and spirits. Be mindful of the refreshments you toss back: while each will impart you with a temporary buff, they also each bring a drawback and, just like real life, will result in a mild hangover.“
“Some drinks, such as wines and spirits, require additional fermentation time before they’re ready to be served at your next shindig, and their effects will become even more potent the longer you allow them to ferment. During ‘Wasted on Nukashine’, you’ll also learn to craft the Fermenter. Build one of these in your C.A.M.P. and place drinks within to reduce the wait time needed to try your latest creations.”
Fair play to Bethesda for continuing to work on the game, it cant be easy to swallow that amount of criticism & bad press. We will give this update a whirl and let you know how it goes!