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  • Stash Size Increase Coming to Fallout 76

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    Stash Size Increase Coming to Fallout 76

    *Slaps the roof of the stash box* This bad boy can hold so much junk!

    A new stash limit of a whopping 1,200 pounds is currently being tested on the Fallout 76 test servers. According to Bethesda, this is a part of what they are calling the "Inventory Update." This is probably great news for long time players that have amassed quite the collection of odds, ends, and crafting materials over the past several months.

    Originally, Fallout 76 stashes held a pathetic...
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  • Fallout 76: Steel Dawn Reveal Trailer

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    Fallout 76: Steel Dawn Reveal Trailer

    Hot on the heels of last week's surprise release.

    Last week, a little whoopsie resulted in the Brotherhood of Steel showing up in Appalachia a bit earlier than expected for Fallout 76 fans. The content wasn't technically supposed to be out until this week, but an early release on the Xbox platform meant that Bethesda simply released it early for everyone else instead of rolling back the update on one platform.

    Today, we have a new trailer to share with you for this Steel...
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  • Fallout 76 'Steel Dawn' Update Arrives December 1

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    Fallout 76 'Steel Dawn' Update Arrives December 1

    Get ready to welcome the Brother of Steel to Appalachia.

    Come December 1, the next free update for all Fallout 76 players will be released. With it will come the feared and revered Brotherhood of Steel as part of the Steel Dawn update for the game. This is the first chapter of the Brotherhood of Steel questline that is being introduced to the game.

    This update will expand upon the new life that was brought to the land of Appalachia from April's Wastelanders update. It...
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  • Fallout 76 Offering a Free Play Week and Other In-game Events

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    Fallout 76 Offering a Free Play Week and Other In-game Events

    To celebrate Bombs Drop Day.

    Get ready to celebrate the day in which the bombs dropped in the Fallout universe, October 23, which is otherwise known as Bombs Drop Day. Bethesda is celebrating this uh "holiday" by offering some special limited-time events both inside Fallout 76 and outside of the game.

    First off, Bethesda is offering a free play week from October 20 through October 26. Players will be able to hop into Fallout 76 and play the full game for free....
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  • Fallout TV Show in the Works from Westworld Creators

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    Fallout TV Show in the Works from Westworld Creators

    A new TV series is coming courtesy of Amazon.

    Amazon Studios and Bethesda have partnered to create a TV series based on the Fallout franchise. It will be from Westworld creators' Kitler Films, led by Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy. The two of them will serve as producers on this new Fallout show.

    Bethesda's very own Todd Howard will serve as the executive producer on the Fallout TV series. Here is a bit from both Todd Howard and Kilter Films on this new production.
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  • EB Games Issuing Refunds to Upset Fallout 76 Customers in Australia

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    EB Games Issuing Refunds to Upset Fallout 76 Customers in Australia

    C'mon, it's not that bad... now.

    An Australian government group, the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC), says that EB Games has "undertaken to refund consumers after acknowledging they are likely to have misled consumers about their consumer guarantee rights in relation to faults with the online video game Fallout 76."

    If that sounds a bit like confusing jargon to you, you aren't alone. In short, it sounds like EB Games was not giving out...
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  • Bethesda Announces 76 Seasons of Content and the 2020 Roadmap for Fallout 76

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    Bethesda Announces 76 Seasons of Content and the 2020 Roadmap for Fallout 76

    That's like... 19 years of content.

    Moments ago, Bethesda announced and revealed the 2020 roadmap for what's in store for Fallout 76. Even though it's already mid-May, a roadmap of future content is never a bad idea. As part of their roadmap reveal, Bethesda announced "76 Seasons." This should be exciting news for veteran players and those who may have just started to play the game after its recent release on Steam.

    In most cases, you could take that to mean...
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  • Fallout 76 Hits Steam as Wastelanders Update Releases for Everyone

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    Fallout 76 Hits Steam as Wastelanders Update Releases for Everyone

    A two for one special on Fallout 76 news.

    April 14 not only marks the release date for Fallout 76 on Steam, but it also marks the day in which the Wastelanders update released across all platforms. Those who have been holding off on picking up Fallout 76 because it was exclusive to the Bethesda launcher, because it was a terribly buggy mess for many months, or because of the lack of humans should wait no longer.

    Many of those previous concerns seem to be addressed now?...
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  • 2019's Biggest Dumpster Fires - An Abridged Version

    In late January 2020, I wrote up about some of the fantastic games that were released in 2019. It was a "game of the year" focused piece with...
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  • Fallout 76: Wastelanders Launch Trailer

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    Fallout 76: Wastelanders Launch Trailer

    Release of Wastelanders coincides with the Steam release.

    At long, long last, the release of the Wastelanders content update for Fallout 76 is almost here. This free content drop for Fallout 76 has been pushed back a few times by now. However, on April 14 this update will be released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. April 14th also marks the release date of Fallout 76 on Steam.

    We have pretty much exhausted all talking points about this update by now. Just as a...
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  • Fallout 76 Finally Arrives on Steam in April Alongside Free Wastelanders Update

    The Steam release is happening a year after being announced.

    In March 2019, Bethesda quietly admitted that their adventures in launcher exclusivity wasn't all that they had hoped. At the time, the studio announced that games that were once exclusive, or assumed to be exclusive, to their Bethesda.net Launcher would also arrive on Steam.

    These games included the likes of RAGE 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, DOOM Eternal, and Fallout 76. So far, all but...
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  • Hackers Can Steal Your Entire Inventory in Fallout 76

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    Hackers Can Steal Your Entire Inventory in Fallout 76

    Fallout 76 has another major issue.

    Until the latest security issue is fixed in Fallout 76, it may be wise to hold off on playing the game. That is assuming you're even still playing even after every other misstep that has been made over the past several months.

    The latest issue to pop up in Fallout 76 land is the fact that players can now completely steal everything in your inventory. So long as someone with the ability to yoink your inventory is within 200m of you (in...
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  • Fallout 76 Private Servers May not be Very Private

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    Fallout 76 Private Servers May not be Very Private

    Fallout 1st may be a worse value than initially feared.

    Yesterday, Bethesda announced and rolled out a new, paid service for Fallout 76. They are calling it Fallout 1st and for $13 a month or $100 for a year, players are able to enjoy features like private servers, unlimited storage for your crafting scrap, a tent, and some other bonuses.

    As we noticed yesterday, fans are pretty upset about the paid service. For one, private servers were something that were promised even...
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  • Fallout 76 Locks Long-Awaited Private Worlds Behind Monthly Fee

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    Fallout 76 Locks Long-Awaited Private Worlds Behind Monthly Fee

    The most fan requested feature will launch at $13 a month.

    Fans have been requesting private worlds for Fallout 76 since before the game ever even launched. Game director Todd Howard even announced that they wanted to add private servers to the game all the way back in QuakeCon 2018. Along with the launch of private servers, Bethesda even said that you would be able to mod those servers.

    When Fallout 76 launched back in late November 2018, private servers were nowhere...
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  • Fallout 76: Wastelanders Pushed to 2020 but Private Worlds Launches Next Week

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    Fallout 76: Wastelanders Pushed to 2020 but Private Worlds Launches Next Week

    You're stuck with robots until early 2020.

    The Wastelanders update for Fallout 76 was slated to arrive later this year. With it was promised the addition of actual human NPCs to the game, not just a bunch of robot looking robots. Sadly, Bethesda announced today that the Wastelanders update had to be pushed back until Q1 2020.

    The studio says that they "need more time to be the best, most polished update it can be." They apologize for the delay but say that "it...
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