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  • Fallout 76 will switch the login platform to Steam

    Fallout 76 will switch the login platform to Steam

    Apr 15, 2022

    Bethesda Game Studio will complete the platform conversion of the launcher this year, and the Bethesda.net community on the PC side will be transferred to Steam, which means that players need to follow the game to migrate their accounts to Steam to continue the game. Bethesda also encourages players to migrate accounts as soon as possible.

    Migration starts on April 27, when all Bethesda Launcher players can start migrating their accounts. Bethesda will provide professional migration tools, and players can follow the announcement and follow the instructions to complete the migration. The migration must be completed by May 11, as the Steam launcher account will be officially activated on May 11, and players will no longer be able to log in to Fallout 76 games through the Bethesda Launcher. During the migration, Fallout 76 will still be able to log in from Bethesda.net, but will not allow in-game purchases of services such as Atom or Fallout 1st memberships.

    In order to allow players to complete the account migration as soon as possible, Fallout 76 has also launched a series of incentives. Players who transfer accounts will be rewarded with 10 rank-ups on the Season 9 Scoreboard, which can be applied to the game after the release of Season 9 in June.

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  • Fallout 76 will be updated on April 12th

    Fallout 76 will be updated on April 12th

    Apr 08, 2022

    Bethesda recently announced that Fallout 76 will usher in a new update on April 12th. This update does not add too much rich content but focuses more on fixing errors in data and game settings that occurred during the test server.

    Before this update, the game will undergo short maintenance, and the time will not be too long. If any players are following this update, please remember that Fallout will begin offline maintenance at 10:00 ET next Tuesday. Before the official update, the Bethesda Studios Discord will publish the details of this update, all we can do is wait for the update to complete and prepare to experience the new exciting content.

    In general, the changes in the next update will not be too big, and the new content that most players expect, Test Your Metal, has not been officially launched. According to the game developer, although the previous test time was not long, this update collected a large number of game testers' feedback in the early stage and fixed and improved the major bug of the enemy's attack wave time. At the same time, it further adjusted the start of the PTS when critically hit bonus changes. It can be seen that Bethesda is full of confidence in this update. Players can try the new game's three new Public Events and give feedback to Discord, your comments and suggestions can help Fallout 76 do better.

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  • Fallout 76 is forming a class struggle

    Fallout 76 is forming a class struggle

    Nov 07, 2019

    The Fallout 76 players who subscribed to the controversial Fallout 1st paid subscription service formed the "Apocalyptic Noble", which seems to be hostile to some people in the Fallout 76 community.


    GamesRadar recently reported that some Fallout 76 players are struggling to support the Fallout 1st subscribers. As the verbal attack on Bethesda begins to spread to subscribers, the player first tries to ease the tension created by the so-called class war in the game, which helps to create a satirical culture around the divide.


    Then, starting with a joke, it quickly became a defensive small organization, because they did not choose to enjoy, thus economically supporting most of the Internet's infamous system.

    With the influx of people, the dynamics have changed. Anti-subscribing players become so toxic that players can't even discuss private servers or accompanying bonuses without being insulted or yelling. The initial jokes quickly became a haven, and subscribers who were subscribed could openly discuss the topic of Fallout 1st without being attacked.


    Naturally, the spirit and behavior predicted by the group is a range. They are satirizing elitism and boldly opposing the community. Others choose to stubbornly refer to non-subscribers as "farmers" and then double to "hidden under the skin of others".


    If Fallout 76 did not hold a class war before, then the existence of the apocalyptic aristocracy proves that this is getting closer. If only Bethesda can know the cause of the controversy after Fallout 1st.


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