Gamers who enjoy Bethesda’s Fallout 76 BR Will Get a Second Map
As previously mentioned, Morgantown is the new Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter battle royale map and it releases next week as part of patch thirteen. Fallout 76 was receiving constant bad news before the Nuclear Winter battle royale which released in June and breathed some life into the first multiplayer Bethesda game. Bethesda’s Fallout 76 is available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC and is cheaper than it was at launch and is more of a game at this point.
The Flatwoods map might not be available as Morgantown releases and Nuclear Winter continues to be balanced and fixes to bugs are made during an extended beta experience similar to Fortnite’s perpetual beta. According to the announcement, the Flatwoods are being cleansed of radioactive debris as gamers explore Morgantown and the surrounding mountain range. Morgantown and Grafton act as the maps central urban centers that will likely be hot zones when the update goes live. The enemy AI gamers will encounter in Morgantown varies from that of in the Flatwoods and will include swarms of radscorpions and RobCo Assaultrons. One of the primary features to the new map is a large body of water which Bethesda encourages fans to explore, suggesting they opt for perks that help with mobility, particularly in the water.
After additions to the game such as Nuclear Winter and bug fixes continuing with each update, the games value increases as time goes on but the problem with this games as a service model is the launch was so rocky, many gamers weren’t willing to go back after launch and the most dedicated fans got ripped off with the collectors editions initially. In case you’re wondering what we thought of Fallout 76 at launch, here it is and it isn’t pretty.
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