6 Reasons Why Fallout 76 Is Good

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Fallout 76 has experienced a lengthy turnaround that lasted half a decade, and it just continues today. With countless changes to the platform and dozens of updates being applied, it’s not the same game as when it was released in 2018. Let’s break down the reasons why Fallout 76 is still good now.

1. It Has Content Now – and NPCs!

Back in the day, Fallout 76 launched with very little content – it almost lacked a core campaign, was devoid of any NPCs, and felt dead and bland overall. Now, following several sizeable updates, Fallout 76 is more of a living, breathing game, and it has had several lengthy questlines, factions, and some large settlements injected into the core of it.

2. It Takes You Outside The Map

It started with The Pitt – an ‘Expedition’ that takes players back to Fallout 3’s ‘The Pitt’ expansion. In this Expedition, players are charged with flying hundreds of miles in a ‘Vertibird’ to take on missions outside of the base map – and that’s a concept that Bethesda Game Studios is expanding on over time. Later in 2023, ‘Atlantic City’ will be released, for example.

3. It Has Heaps of Lore

It’s a canonical title and pumped full of the lore that Fallout fans the world over both know and love. From the cryptids to the mysterious wrongdoings of Vault-Tec, and from the iconic factions to a whole new host of mutated enemies, from Fallout 76 Bottle Caps to Stamps different currencies, there’s a lot of lore and backstory to soak up in Fallout 76. Several events referenced in the game have a huge impact on the complete timeline for the series.

4. It’s Still Fantastic With Friends

It’s a multiplayer game, but that’s the beauty of it. It’s still remarkable to venture out into this post-apocalyptic, mutated landscape, fight enormous creatures, loot hundreds of years old buildings, and complete entire questlines with your friends by your side. It’s quite a unique experience and a popular one at that.

5. It’s More Resilient

Before Fallout 76 was given any real attention, it was rather buggy and quite a chore to play. However, thanks to BGS pouring resources into the game’s development – Fallout 76 offers up a much cleaner, resilient experience today. It’s a visually pleasing game that manages to edge out Fallout 4 – especially when it comes to vistas – and despite being an always-online game, it’s rare that any network issues are present.

6. It’s All They’ve Got

There are no other Fallout games in development, and Fallout 5 – the ‘one-pager’ game – likely won’t be released for around another decade or so. This ‘live service’ model is perfect for Bethesda, as it means the firm can keep updating it as time goes on, adding in more content, questlines, fresh Expeditions, and ways to experience the post-apocalyptic wasteland with your friends.

Are you still playing Fallout 76? Perhaps you never played it in the first place! Let us know below.
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