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.”
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.
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