Fallout 76 Is Releasing PvP Survival Mode And Additional PvE Content In March

Bethesda said it will roll out additional PvE content after receiving severe backlash from the Fallout community on its planned PvP Survival mode.

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We’re looking to start beta in March, but that could still shift based on feature work and testing needs. We’ll keep you posted on the date as we get closer, and beta should be open to everyone who owns the game.

In March, Fallout 76 is getting a brand new PvP mode known as Survival, that will provide players a hardcore version of the present PvP feature. Bethesda’s community manager has responded on Reddit to inform players that PvE content that are currently in the works will launch together with a beta for Survival mode in March.

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