FALLOUT 76: INSIDE THE VAULT – WILD APPALACHIA CONCLUDES
Welcome back to Inside the Vault! This week, we’re taking a look back at how the Wasteland has evolved as Wild Appalachia comes to a close, as well as sharing a few stats we found intriguing as the Fallout 76 community dug into some of the features an dcontent we introduced with recent updates.
THAT’S A WRAP FOR WILD APPALACHIA!
With the release of Patch 9.5 and the Project Paradise event earlier this week, our series of Wild Appalachia updates have come to an end. We’ve had an absolute blast conquering new questlines, events, and locations with you over the past few months. We’ve also enjoyed watching the community get their hands on new features, like vending machines, the Purveyor, Legendary Exchange Machines, and the Brewing system. We’ve fixed a ton of bugs along the way, and we couldn’t have done it without your feedback and reports. We hope you’ll keep sending your thoughts our way so that we can continue rolling out fixes and making improvements that will make a difference in your everyday play.
Wild Appalachia may be over, but we’re just getting started. We’re going to keep releasing patches regularly, and we still have several major updates on the horizon for Fallout 76 in 2019. As mentioned in the 2019 Roadmap, we’re planning to roll out a new game mode with Nuclear Winter, send intrepid explorers into Vaults 94 and 96, and make major changes to the main questline with Wastelanders.
We’re excited to continue this journey with you, and we can’t wait to share more details about what we have in store for Appalachia and the Fallout 76 community during our fifth annual Bethesda E3 Showcase. Be sure to join us live when the show kicks off at 5:30 p.m. PT on June 9 by tuning in on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Mixer, or Facebook Live. Keep an eye on Bethesda.net for more details about our 2019 Showcase as we get closer to the event.
Now, we’d like to offer a look at how you dived head-first into some of the new content we introduced with Wild Appalachia by sharing a few stats that we found fun and interesting (and we hope you do, too!):
Biv brought all sorts of new beverages to Appalachia but tossing back a cold brew on a hot Appalachian afternoon just can’t be beat!
Most crafted alcoholic beverage:
The Imposter Sheepsquatch had a field day during the Encryptid event. Can someone get on those Pylons?
1,967,657 deaths to the Imposter Sheepsquatch.
The dead tourists’ hearts would be overflowing with joy to see how you’ve completed their Bucket List, and then some—if their hearts were still beating, that is. Keep snapping away!
5,846,206 pictures taken.
You’ve kept the Purveyor incredibly busy since she opened shop last week! Where does she get all those legendary items from, anyway?
5,688,155 Legendary Items scrapped for scrip and 44,907,427 scrip exchanged.
Vending Machines made trading easier than ever and inspired tons of new C.A.M.P. designs. Here’s a look at a few in-demand items you might consider adding to your shop.
TOP 10 CAMP VENDOR ITEMS SOLD
Recipe: Mutton Meat Pie
THANKS FOR YOUR FEEDBACK!
Last week, we asked you to tell us what you’d like to see covered as we expand on the types of content we feature in future editions of Inside the Vault. First, we’d like to thank you for sharing your thoughts with us on these articles. We’re still compiling your feedback, but you’ve already helped us identify several areas that we can start including going forward, such as additional thoughts from the dev team about the changes we make to the game, deeper insights into some of the existing features and systems in Fallout 76, community and player highlights, and more. Keep an eye out for topics like these in Inside the Vault over the weeks to come.
Finally, we’re regularly streaming Fallout 76 every week on Wednesday at 1:00 p.m. EDT. Tune in on Twitch or Mixer to join members of the Community Team as they take a look at the latest game content and explore Appalachia.
Until next time, we’ll see you in the Wasteland.
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