Fallout 76 Character Respecing & Faction-Based PvP System Announced

In a recent post, Bethesda has teased some of the new content that they’ll be adding to Fallout 76 post-launch. This will include new Vaults opening, improvements to building, events, and quests. Oh, and let’s not forget: character respecing, which is going to be more than welcome. Lastly, a faction-based PvP system. Oh, yes. Who wouldn’t want to see the Enclave and the Brotherhood of Steel duke it out?

Fallout 76 Character Respecing & Faction-Based System Announced
Fallout 76 Character Respecing & Faction-Based PvP System Announced

The Fallout 76 beta program is now over, as we come into the final stretch leading to the game’s launch. Players have had several opportunities to try out Fallout 76 in its beta form. And, well, the feedback has been kinda mixed, but that’s just the beta. More importantly, Bethesda has listened to the feedback, and they’re planning to expand upon the game according to it. We can expect that FAllout 76 is going to be getting way more content post-launch. At least, Bethesda has promised as much.

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Ina recent post, called Launch and Beyond, Bethesda has thanked all of the people involved in the game, including the players of the beta. It starts off with how they’ve never made a game like this, combining Fallout, survival, and MMO, that kind of stuff. But, that’s not the important part. here’s the key sentence: “We have an incredible list of updates we’ve begun work on – from C.A.M.P. building improvements, new quests and events, new Vaults opening, character respecing, a faction-based PvP system, and much more.”

So, there you have it. Respecing and a faction-based PvP system will come to Fallout 76 at some point. And, of course, new vaults, quests, and the like. A lot of fun to be had, sounds like. Reminder: Fallout 76 is coming out on November 14th, just two days away at the time of writing. You’ll be able to play it on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. We’ll be covering the game with our guides, so make sure to tune in if the game is giving you trouble.

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