If you have been immersing yourself in the world of Fallout 76, then you probably already know that there is a substantial roadmap ahead for 2022. The survival title will be getting four different major content drops for each season, but more importantly, Bethesda is being aided by Double Eleven, a British studio, when it comes to developing new content for the game.
The news comes via an announcement by said studio, which revealed that the team has “begun working with Bethesda Game Studios to create new challenges for players of Fallout 76.” The two companies have begun conversations back in late 2020, and have been working together since.
“It’s a privilege to be trusted to work on one of the most iconic franchises in gaming history.” Double Eleven CEO, Lee Hutchinson, said “The team we’ve assembled to work on Fallout 76 are so passionate about the series, working with Bethesda is a dream come true.”
The studio had worked on other notable titles such as Rust, Minecraft Dungeons, and Crackdown 3 among others. Double Eleven will bring its expertise to the upcoming seasons of Fallout 76, and players can likely expect a better experience overall with extra hands on deck.
Here’s the official breakdown of the upcoming seasons:
Our next patch will be here soon with an all-new seasonal event, Invaders From Beyond. In this map-wide event, players encounter UFO appearances and aliens. Defeat the invaders and destroy their deployed Brainwave Siphons before they complete their ”research”. This patch also brings improvements and changes to Fallout Worlds, including the ability to earn S.C.O.R.E. on daily and weekly challenges, new settings for C.A.M.P. buildings, PvP settings, disabling VATS, and Legendary Perks.
The Test Your Metal update comes with three new public events: Test Your Metal, Eviction Notice, and Moonshine Jamboree. Fallout 1st members can expect scoreboard improvements like exclusive challenges, increased S.C.O.R.E. earn rate, and exclusive board ranks.
Expeditions: The Pitt arrives and introduces a whole new way to play Fallout 76. Accessed by a new hub in Whitespring, players will venture outside of Appalachia for the first time in the game. This update introduces repeatable off-site Missions where players will earn new rewards, meet new NPCs with quests and dialogue trees, and reintroduces the Trogs, an enemy first seen in Fallout 3‘s The Pitt.
An entrepreneur of the wasteland has kicked the tires and uncapped the pre-war Nuka-World on Tour travelling roadshow. The roadshow has set its sights on the Ash Heap region of Appalachia. Players can anticipate new Public Events with this update including a new Region Boss Public Event. Earn loot, explore the grounds, and interact with new NPCs to learn more about the show.