Bethesda has just revealed the new “Wild Appalachia” weekly updates, which will be bringing more PvE content over “the next few months” to Fallout 76.
The Survival mode is still coming this March, but it won’t be alone, as a response to fans asking something else outside of more PvP.
“We’re planning to do this through series of weekly updates we’re calling “Wild Appalachia”, which will be our first big content drop of the year and spans the next few months,” said Bethesda in a blog post.
“In addition to new quests, events, and challenges it will also bring new content to C.A.M.P.s, Crafting, and much more.”
Each Wild Appalachia update will be preceeded by in-depth analysis of the content on its way, which will be coming the week before the launch.
A more detailed 2019 roadmap will be released by the end of the month, so it won’t take that much before we discover all the particulars about what’s coming to Fallout 76.
On top of that, Patch 6 will be releasing next week and will feature a stash limit increase from the current 600 to 800, among the other things.
Wild Appalachia will debut in March together with Patch 7, so don’t expect anything else for the month of February after P6.