At E3 this year Bethesda revealed the Wastelanders update for Fallout 76, which is set to introduce NPCs to the game (which Bethesda told us was the "number one most requested feature"), and now they've provided an update on more features coming to the game in 2020.
A public test server (PTS) will be coming to test out new features ahead of general launch, and we can also expect multi-factor authentification as well, applying to Bethesda.net accounts (although this should be coming by the end of 2019).
On top of that we can also expect Perk Loadouts in early 2020, although there are few details on this so far. The Legendary system was meant to arrive this year as well, but this will also be coming in Q1, again with more details coming in the future.
Social menu fixes are on the way too, alongside public event improvements, with the cooldown being reduced by at least half with Patch 14.
It's coming up to a year since Fallout 76 first launched, and since then things have changed dramatically, including a Nuclear Winter battle royale mode that was a surprise launch at E3.
Are you excited for the future of Fallout 76?
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