Although Fallout 76 was in a deplorable state on the day of its release, and it still has significant technical problems on last-gen consoles, the title still attracts many players.
Bethesda releases regular updates and major expansions for loyal fans. Some time ago, human NPCs offering missions were introduced to Fallout 76 (previously, you could only find robots in this online RPG). This time, the publisher presented the tenth, major update, entitled “Night of the Moth”, which from December 8 is now available for download and takes approx . 18 GB on consoles and 11 GB on Steam.
This update introduces to the game mainly the 7th Season of attractions, the Mothman Equinox event and a series of quests from Dr. Zorbo , who also became the star of the latest Fallout 76 trailer, which is waiting for you below.
In the free update there is no shortage of fresh weapons, many items for expanding our bases in the game and a new “pirate” radio, which is available from the Pip-Boy , by playing, among others, fresh music. We also have 2 new allies at our disposal: Xerxco and Katherine. Bethesda also took care of the awaited changes of the Quality of Life type: quick search of corpses, sharing XP in the team, extensive building menu and slightly larger amounts of ammunition appearing in the game world.
Of course, adding free content to Fallout 76 is enjoyable, but looking at these retro-comic-inspired novelties, it’s hard not to get the impression that Bethesda is a bit lost. The company, instead of emphasizing the hardships of post-apocalyptic life, strengthens comic motives, transforming Fallout 76 into a circus caricature of the first installments of the series. Let’s hope that the company will return in Fallout 5, at least to the atmosphere known from Fallout 3 (because you can’t count on reminding yourself about the atmosphere from Fallout 1).