Fallout 76 Has 12 Million Players And Announces A New Expansion Pitt
On November 16th, Bethesda will release a new expansion pack for Fallout 76. And if you’re not already excited to see what it’s all about, then get ready! The teaser trailer they released recently gave us very little information on what the expansion will offer, but we know that it will be set in West Virginia.
Fallout 76 release date
The Pitt will be launched sometime in September this year.
The expansion will take us to locations known from Fallout 3, in the middle of the battle between the Fanatics and the Union faction. The main novelty, however, will be a new mode – Expeditions.
Some of the new features in Fallout include a unique setting, new characters, and new quests. The new setting is a post-apocalyptic America. The latest investigations will be based on rebuilding civilization after the apocalypse. The new characters have a female protagonist and a dog companion.
Expeditions send players to a city built on the wreckage of Nuclear Pittsburgh, now only known as The Pitt. Don’t expect a friendly greeting, though, as a local faction, the Union, is struggling with cruel bandits, monstrous troglodytes, and many other hostile forces.
It was also boasted that Fallout 76 already has twelve million players and is one of the most popular titles available on Game Pass.
This was a great result, especially since the F76 started as a hated and super buggy game that the entire internet was laughing at. However, regular updates and Bethesda’s tenacity kept Fallout MMORPG straight. It is a fun little game these days.
The release date for Fallout has finally been revealed, and fans of the franchise couldn’t be more excited. The game is set to launch in September 2022, and it looks like it will be one of the most anticipated games of the year. Fallout will surely bring gamers hours of enjoyment with an all-new story, characters, and world to explore. If you’re a fan of post-apocalyptic wastelands or first-person shooters, then this is a game you’ll want to keep an eye on.