Fallout 76 In-game Events Starting in 2019
Fallout 76 has demonstrably been one of the worst mainline Bethesda releases we’ve had the chance of seeing in quite some time now. Regardless – problems abound, yes, but the developers at Bethesda keep on trucking.
Fallout 76 in-game events are one thing that could potentially cheer up what few fans remain of Fallout 76, and Bethesda has provided us with a vague Fallout 76 2019 roadmap which references in-game events in particular.
Fallout 76 events are going to be comprised of a variety of in-game occurrences and modifiers which will take place over the course of one week at a time. According to Bethesda, they will provide a different gameplay experience every time a new one is put into rotation, which may well give Fallout 76 a boost it requires.
There’s no word yet on what sort of events we ought to expect, but Bethesda say that they will often provide players’ characters with a small buff of some sort, or perhaps make for an interesting core gameplay twist while the event is up and running.
Fallout 76 will be getting the first in-game events starting early 2019, but before that, we’ll be getting numerous other improvements too, with the first major update coming on 11th of December. Could this stoke further interest in Fallout 76? Time will tell.