The arduous journey made by Bethesda to revive the fate of the Fallout 76 project, after the latest news related to the Adventure mode, shows no sign of stopping. With the next update coming on PC and console we will, in fact, witness an important innovation concerning the Nuclear Winter module.
As the North American developers themselves explain, the Fallout 76 Patch 13 will bring with it several improvements and optimizations for all the features of the multiplayer kolossal shooter: one of these innovations will be represented by the introduction of the Morgantown map by Nuclear Winter.
Starting September 10th , the update in question will allow explorers from West Virginia who are delighted with the battle royale challenges of Fallout 76 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One to visit this town by visiting the Flatwoods, one of the most affected regions by the nuclear bombs that have put an end to civilization and that inexorably continue to rain from the sky due to marauders, mutant creatures and various malfunctions to old missile installations.
Those who want a more “classic” role-playing experience, on the other hand, will be happy to know that the Fallout 76 Patch 13 will take care to add new activities to the free-roaming dynamics and improvements in the quality of life, especially as regards the missions to phases available by participating in the raid 94 online . More details on Morgantown and other Fallout 76 news will be shared by Bethesda close to the release of the next update.
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