The Fallout 76 Fallout Worlds update is now live, but this seems to be only the start of the planned updates. IGGM has learned that Fallout 76 will not only get the Halloween update in October - Spooky Scorched. And the second patch will also be released later this year and will bring the various community-requested quality of life improvements.
The October update will bring some spooky Halloween fun to post-apocalyptic West Virginia. It will last for two weeks, focusing on costumed baddies and trick-or-treating. The developers also plan to use it to fix some new bugs after the Fallout Worlds update has a chance to adapt.
An update will be launched in December this year. Currently, this update does not seem to have a direct relationship with the holidays, because it seems to focus on eventually bringing some quality of life improvements to Fallout 76 players. Fans can look forward to the December update of the public test server will start in early autumn, and more details will be announced in the coming weeks.
In 2019, Fallout 76 held a Halloween event called Mischief Night, but it did not return in 2020. This year, it seems that it will be replaced by the new Spooky Scorched event. The Fallout 76: Making Appalachia Scorched event video shows several glimpses of the titular spooky scorched, enemies wearing funny costumes, like skeletons, mummies, and seemingly tuxedos. Some of these costumes have appeared in the game, but others are brand new.
In this event, you can collect mysterious candy, visit other players’ camps, and effectively trick-or-treat. The game will also encourage you to wear your costumes, and encourage you to decorate your camp with a spooky theme.
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