On the occasion of the QuakeCon 2019, Bethesda didn’t just publish new information on DOOM Eternal multiplayer, but it also revealed a lot of details on upcoming Fallout 76 updates, which is getting ready to receive new maps for Nuclear Winter mode and various expansions.
However, it seems that among the new arrivals there are also private servers, requested by users since the arrival of the game on the shelves. The developers have indeed announced that the arrival of the possibility of creating their own server is imminent and, according to the words of the project lead, Jeff Gardiner, they will arrive sooner than we can imagine. The title development team set in West Virginia also seems interested in implementing the PTS (Public Test Server), a very useful feature for developers and thanks to which it is possible to try out future updates of the game, thus giving feedback to the developers so as to fix any defects ahead of the official launch. Unfortunately, there are no confirmations regarding the arrival of the PTS in Fallout 76, but from Gardiner’s words the interest towards this additional functionality has emerged and the chances of seeing it arrive in the coming months are quite high.
Did you know that next 1 August 2019 will come to the Fallout 76 Meat Week, a new event featuring the mutant Grahm?