Bethesda Fallout 76 1st; News from the Wasteland

Vaut boy wtching everything burn up in the wasteland.

Fallout 76, Fallout 1st, Fall’s out? (Picture: Wikipedia)

The Bethesda Fallout 76 1st conundrum has been continuing in its ongoing resolve to dynamically plot & scheme in one of their current active quests for world MMO domination with the ever-so controversial Fallout 76. The latest news from the post-apocalyptic online RPG comes from our sources at MMOG Leaks. This source gives us information regarding the continued shaping of Fallout 1st & the highly-anticipated; Wastelanders Update. The update has been seen to have experienced multiple delays but aims for a February 2020 release, & apparently it’s shaping up to be quite expansive featuring a new storyline & finally introducing NPCs by opening the doors to two Brand New Factions; The Settlers & The Raiders. This post-launch free DLC aims to bring all sorts of new flare to Appalachia, the most ambitious plans Bethesda has yet for the MMO as they have even had a Pre-launch event planned for the acclaimed add-on as sources indicate they have continued to increase its budget broadly for “Wastelanders” for as long as it’s been delayed, postponed, or rather told to “stay put & keep your head down.”

Wastelanders Update promo

Fallout 1st & Wastelanders Update, Boom Boom. (Picture: Bethesda)

Vault boy teatthre ticket sales man with 1st pass

1 Monthly 1st pass. Caps upfront, no questions asked. (Picture: Bethesda)

The game could also see a release on Steam. next year, but Bethesda has no plans for cross-platform play. This news comes after even more controversy; a consensus in the 76 community seems to notice, what others are referring to as a “Growing Class Divide” between the rich and the poor. Fallout 1st, the premium subscription-based service is costing some people more than just a few cap’s, & causing casual players some distress as the game continues to incorporate the economy of micro-transactions.

Despite the ongoing controversy, The Bethesda Fallout 76 1st premium membership relies on an authentic philosophy of; “All money in,” says Bethesda as they claim the funds are used to directly expand on the capacities of the game & to further develop on its shortcomings & its continued evolution. “Pay-to-win” or P2W as some cats refer to it, is a term that indicates users can earn a unique advantage in the game, with some news even suggesting that 1st subscribers would have early access to content. Bethesda claims they a “much larger than expected” number of users who’ve jumped on board to be 1st, if you’ve got the caps to spare Fallout 1st, alongside the wildly game-changing Wastelanders Update will have you packing one heck of a punch. We here at DGR our calming our mutations & taking our Rad-x.

Fallout 76's nuclear launch with an audience of fallout characters.

Fallout 76, Fallout 1st leaks & fires (Picture: Besthesda)

Vault boy with the bag full of caps

Vault boy & Bethesda has 76’s caps, 1st subscription fees being used on 76.

What do you guys think? Is Fallout 1st reasonable? Does it create unfairness? Let us know what you guys think in the comments below, & Isn’t YouTube the greatest? Don’t forget to check out the Daily Gaming Report YouTube channel!

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