The first Fallout 76 map expansion will be released soon, and next year you will be able to play as a ghoul

The first Fallout 76 map expansion will be released soon, and next year you will be able to play as a ghoul
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Fallout 76 map expansion

The popularity of Fallout games has soared since the television series that aired earlier this year. The Fallout 76 development team plans to capitalize on this opportunity and provide players with a major expansion.

The expansion, known as Skyline Valley, will expand the game’s map for the first time, adding a new Shenandoah region to the south. Bethesda invites players to delve into the investigation of the electrical storm and unravel the enigma surrounding Warehouse 63. Along the way, they will encounter its inhabitants and come face-to-face with a startling new breed of ghoul: the Lost.

The developers have released a trailer for the Skyline Valley expansion, giving you the opportunity to familiarize yourself with its features. The expansion is set to be released on June 12, 2024.

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Additionally, the developers have made a promise that players will soon have the chance to play as a ghoul in the upcoming year. Ghouls have made appearances throughout the series, sometimes as enemies and other times as allies. However, players could only access them through mods. Now this will be a professional opportunity from the developers.

Bethesda producer Bill LaCoste provided some insightful information about the new feature. At level 50, players will have the opportunity to switch to a ghoul character, unlocking a range of exclusive benefits. These include enhanced radiation resistance and access to special bonus cards that are only available to ghouls. However, there are a few drawbacks to selecting a ghoul. Factions that have a strong aversion to ghouls, such as the Brotherhood of Steel, will be unwilling to collaborate with the character. It will have a significant impact on the outcome of the main quest. You can bid farewell to all the vendors affiliated with the Brotherhood. Additionally, the ability to utilize “bloody builds” will be impacted, as they offer substantial bonuses when taking radiation damage and having low health.

Source: The Verge , PCgamer

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