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Fallout 76 is free to play and offers double experience points

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Fallout 76 is free to play until May 18, and it’s offering double experience point gains to boot (via Destructoid).

 

The massively multiplayer wasteland was echoey when the game launched in 2018, populated by other players who hardly ever encountered each other. “Having other wanderers on your server (between 24 and 32) doesn’t vivify the experience enough to validate what’s been cut away and sanded off. Having the story unfold via audio logs won’t do when you can’t escape the clamour for a single moment to listen properly—reading, for the same reason, is a nervous chore. Then, of course, come the bugs and the shaky performance, both more extreme than in past Fallout games,” said Josh.

Now that the Wastelanders update is live, the Appalachia is bustling with new non-playable characters, and they’re busy as beavers in their search for a mysterious treasure somewhere in the hills. It might be too little, too late for some, but the update has brought players back to the badlands for a bit. Also, one player set up an in-game marathon, if you need to blow off steam after the Raiders and Settlers’ arguments. 

Fallout 76 is available for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source:VideoGamer

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