Fallout 76 Update Adds An Almost Raid With Project Paradise

The latest content patch for Fallout 76 is Project Paradise, a small area with a decently designed event. At this rate, we might one day see a real raid.

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1654d ago

Fallout 76 Celebrates 5 Years In The Wasteland

Time to blow out the candles. Bethesda is inviting the more-than-15 million Fallout 76 players to date to grab their party hats and mutated best buddies to celebrate the game’s 5th Anniversary. For this auspicious occasion, Bethesda Game Studios is hosting a variety of themed in-game events, a Birthday Parade, and offering festive party favors.

Soy19d ago

Congrats on survival for five years. Not many saw that coming, to be fair.

Garethvk19d ago

They have continued to crankmout content. I usually only go back for new campaign like The Pit and such but the new stuff they announced should get me back again.

oIMyersIo19d ago

Honestly surprised the game has survived this long. Got burned twice in the space of a few months between this and Anthem. Apparently its better now but that ship has sailed for me.

Garethvk19d ago

I stuck with it from launch and am glad that I did.

jznrpg19d ago

I thought it said Fallout 76 Survives 5 years of wasteland at first.

mastershredder19d ago (Edited 19d ago )

Who's celebrating? A couple of level-400 players that have not left their homes in the last year? No doubt they'll be lame downloadable accessories for your camp and character, themed to remind you that you have been grinding the same shi7 for the last 5 years.

Garethvk19d ago

People always come back when new content arrives.

anast19d ago

They have ripped off people for 5 years and throw it in their face with a 5 year party. You can't make this stuff up.

Garethvk19d ago

Game has been enjoyable and lots of new content.


Fallout 76 is a Bigger Redemption Story Than Cyberpunk 2077

Cyberpunk 2077 and Fallout 76 have similar spectacular tales of regaining players' trust, but Fallout 76's path to redemption was more turbulent.

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RupeeHoarder42d ago (Edited 42d ago )

Don’t think so but okay let’s play this game. Two games there were a launch disappointment but Fallout has an additional 2 years of patch improvements available to it. This is such a waste of an article to pump up Bethesda. More opportunity to improve due to duration of time, but still the worse game.

GhostScholar42d ago

I think the worst thing about fallout 76 is that no one wanted it in the first place. It was just a dumb gamble that a multiplayer game void of even npcs at launch is what the fans wanted or anyone looking to get into the fallout universe.

shinoff218342d ago

Fallout 76 should've been a completed single player game. What a waste of resources.

porkChop42d ago

If they were going to do online it either should have been a proper MMO like ESO or a spin-off like New Vegas but with coop. Instead they made this weird Destiny/Division-style game that no one wanted.

Wretchedstain42d ago

No one may have wanted the piss poor online only Fallout that 76 was. But, I love Bethesda games, they tick my boxes and I get load of enjoyment out of the games, yay for me. However, a story of people just emerging from the vaults, or living in a world not long after the bombs fell should have been a full story offline game. That again would have ticked the boxes for me, lets sink another 200 hours on a play through... They ruined it chasing what everyone else is making money from. No true fan of Bethesda wants that surely.

I believe, had it been offline full story, considering their other IP's of Elder Scrolls and all Fallout games which many love and play on their fridges... they would have killed it like all the others 💰💰💰. I will never bring myself to play this game.

banger8842d ago

This should have been to Fallout 4 what New Vegas was to Fallout 3. Instead we got this always-online mmo shite.