More than two years in, Fallout 76 will unexpectedly be supported more than ever by Bethesda in 2021. This revelation comes after the developer published an in-depth roadmap dispelling of four massive DLCs, each slated to release with every passing season of the year.
The schedule will start with the “Locked & Loaded” DLC, which will arrive sometime this spring and deliver the MMO’s first Daily Ops expansion. Even better, additional special loadouts will be implemented to allow for skill customization at any time in-game. During this period, players should also anticipate highly-requested crafting sliders, console, aim assist, and camp mannequins.
As for the summer, the final chapter in The Appalachian Brotherhood of Steel saga will release in the form of “Steel Reign.” Of course, this storyline will mean more quests and new NPCs, but more importantly, the DLC is said to be bringing new modules for crafting new Legendary items.
The fall update information isn’t as clear, but Bethesda has noted that it will supply the “next evolution” to private servers, along with a second expansion to Daily Ops. However, all eyes are certainly on winter, with the game’s “Tales from the Stars” DLC delivering four-star weapons, camp pets, and apparently an alien invasion.
Although these updates do not have specific release dates, they are expected to reach each of the game’s supported platforms. Fallout 76 is currently available to those on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Xbox Game Pass.