Fallout 76 is a Fallout game set in the year 2102. It’s five years after the nuclear apocalypse and players will begin their journey as one of six Vault Dwellers with no memories from before the war. The map for this game has been revealed, detailing what Bethesda had planned for this entry into its franchise.

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Fallout 76's 2022 Roadmap Promises Aliens, Expeditions

Fallout 76's 2022 Roadmap Promises Aliens, Expeditions Outside Appalachia, and More

This year, Fallout 76 players may look forward to alien encounters, trips outside of Appalachia, new seasons, and more, according to the game’s 2022 roadmap.

Fallout 76’s 2022 plan includes four big improvements, each followed by a fresh new season, like in prior years. Even better, the first one is set to arrive in early March, so it won’t be long until things get started.

Fallout 76's 2022 Roadmap Promises Aliens, Expeditions Outside Appalachia, and More

Aliens invade Appalachia in the Invaders From Beyond update, which introduces a new map-wide seasonal event. The goal is for players to beat them and destroy the Brainwave Siphons they use.

This update also brings new features to Fallout Worlds, such as the option to earn S.C.O.R.E. on daily and weekly tasks, new PvP and C.A.M.P. construction settings, and the ability to deactivate VATS.

The Test Your Metal update will be released this summer, and it will include three new public events: Test Your Metal, Eviction Notice, and Moonshine Jamboree.

Members of Fallout 1st will also benefit from scoreboard enhancements such as unique challenges, a higher S.C.O.R.E. earn rate, and exclusive board rankings.

The 2022 plan for Fallout 76 also says that Expeditions: New Vegas will be released. The Pitt is scheduled to come in the fall and will take players outside of Appalachia for the first time.

The major component of the update can be accessed via a new center in Whitespring, and its recurring off-site tasks include new prizes as well as quests and chat trees for NPCs. It also reintroduces the Trogs, foes that should be known to anybody who has played The Pitt DLC for Fallout 3.

Finally, the Nuka-World on Tour update brings the traveling roadshow to the Ash Heap area, providing players with new public events, a new region boss public event, as well as a slew of new treasure.

Despite a rough start, Fallout 76 seems to have stabilized. If you visit Appalachia on a frequent basis, the 2022 roadmap should keep you busy.

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