"The concept of a fully online Fallout title seemed so very sweet in theory but Bethesda has made more than a few stumbles along the way."
You can sign up to get invited, although Bethesda requires you to sign an NDA before you can try the new content.
These are coming with The Wastelanders update, but some have jumped the gun to get the fan-requested feature early.
The controversial Fallout 76 subscription service Fallout 1st was announced and went live just recently, but the Fallout First website domain has been acquired by an angry fan.
There are reports online of the new Scrap Box deleting all items, as well as private worlds that are already looted.
This premium service includes many fan-requested features, except it's a monthly fee that the community hasn't responded well to.
In fact, Bethesda has big plans for the future, including of course the Wastelanders update bringing in NPCs.
This is coming with the next patch, bringing new rewards and challenges for players to enjoy.
We also have further details on Wastelanders, quality of life improvements, and more to look forward to.
You won't be a target on the map if you sit at the top of the leaderboard, although this leaderboard is still there to check your performance.
Bethesda also addresses some of the issues raised after Patch 11, including reports that they're still looking into.
Food and drink won't spoil as often, and other changes are being made for new players, Legendary items, and more.
We talked with Chris Mayer and Dan Nanni at E3 about the Wastelanders and Nuclear Winter updates for Bethesda's game.
The battle royale mode has landed in Bethesda's online game, as revealed at E3, and we're heading in to see how we fare.
Bethesda dropped the new battle royale mode during their E3 conference, and we've taken a look at what it has to offer.
Bethesda unveiled Nuclear Winter, a new 52-player battle royale mode for Fallout 76, and we're getting human NPCs and an all-new story.