Bethesda hopes the new features are a challenge for current players.
Fallout 76 may be in a state of endless controversy, but publisher and developer Bethesda is keeping the content coming at a steady pace. A new dungeon and in-game camera for the title are coming soon, and both could see some welcome changes to how the game plays.
The dungeon is being dubbed The Burrows, and will be released on April 16th, and is located in a tunnel under Harper’s Ferry. Bethesda promises the dungeon is a challenging one for those who have kept with the game, as it’s balanced to be tackled by two or more level 50+ Vault Dwellers (though Bethesda does not that “brave souls” can tackle it alone).
The quest focused on the dungeon can only be completed once, Bethesda confirms, where enemies will drop plenty of loot an experience. Don’t fret though- once you’ve completed the quest, you can still repeatedly keep going back to the dungeon itself to grind for more loot and experience.
Not long after the dungeon, the game will also have an in-game camera that comes from a quest in the Appalachian region. The camera will offer a set of scenic challenges. When aiming it will display the names of nearby locations and creatures it recognizes, and you’ll have to craft film for it yourself.
You can read more about both new additions and see screens for the new dungeon here. Fallout 76 is available now for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Bethesda’s got a roadmap laid out for all upcoming content to be added to the game- take a look through here.