Fallout 76‘s comeback has been amazing, in that, while Fallout 76 2022 Roadmap still far from perfect, it’s improved tremendously in the three years since its release, thanks to regular updates, expansions, and patches. That will, as you might anticipate, continue in 2022 as well.
Bethesda has released a sneak peek at what to expect from the game in 2022, and there’s a lot to be excited about. The “Invaders from Beyond Update,” which will feature aliens invading Appalachia, resulting in all-new Public Events and even random encounters, as well as season 8 and a new Fallout Worlds update, will be released in the spring. Summer will also bring new Public Events for Fallout 1st, including arena clashes against dangerous automatons as part of the “Test Your Metal” update, as well as a new season and scoreboard progression upgrades.
Expeditions – The Pitt, which was announced last year and will arrive in the fall, will allow players to see a post-nuclear Pittsburgh. New NPCs, opponents, tasks, awards, and more will be available, as well as a new season. Finally, the Nuka World on Tour update will arrive in Appalachia this winter, bringing with it a touring roadshow, a new season, a new area boss, and more Public events.
If you’ve been following Fallout 76 since its disastrous launch, you’re probably wondering if it’s still worth playing after more than three years of new updates. Players appear to be sticking with Fallout 76 for the time being; the Wastelanders update in 2020 added NPCs and other enhancements, as well as several elements that players had complained, were missing from the initial game. Since its launch, Bethesda has been working on updates and feature patches, and while not all of them have gone well, it appears that the game is in a more acceptable position currently than it was in 2018.
Fallout 76 is available on PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and is playable on PS5 and Xbox Series X/S via backward compatibility.