Fallout 76 Server Status - All Fallout 76 Maintenance Times

Fallout 76 Server Status - All Fallout 76 Maintenance Times

Here's your up to date guide on the status of the Fallout 76 servers, as well as all upcoming maintenance times for the game.

With Fallout 76 being a game that's permanently online, the stability of servers for the game is absolutely crucial. In our Fallout 76 server status guide, we'll be going over everything that you need to know about all current issues affecting servers for Bethesda's online game.

But if you instead need any additional information on the online venture from the Fallout series, you can check out our complete Fallout 76 tips page. It's here that you can find not only a full beginner's guide for getting you going with the game, but also a list of essential tips and tricks that all players should know.

Fallout 76 Server Status

At the time of writing, the servers for Fallout 76 are currently stable, and the game is functioning as normal. Going forward, we'll be keeping this section of our guide constantly up to date, so you've got accurate info on the current status of the Fallout 76 servers.

Downtime will be required for new content, like the Wild Appalachia update. | Bethesda

Fallout 76 Server Maintenance Times

Although servers are needed to keep Fallout 76 functioning as intended, there are times when Bethesda will be taking the game offline. There will be certain periods where the game will be entirely unplayable, as Bethesda takes servers for Fallout 76 offline so it can perform planned maintenance on the game.

Typically, these planned maintenance periods should coincide with new patches for Fallout 76. So, whenever you hear of a new patch launching for the game on a specific date, you should expect Fallout 76 to be offline for most of that day, followed by a new patch available to download on your specific platform, as soon as the planned maintenance period for the game has ended.

At the time of writing, Fallout 76 is going be offline for part of Tuesday, April 9. Just below, we'll list out the global times when servers for the game will be taken offline.

  • 7 a.m. PT
  • 10 a.m. ET
  • 3 p.m. BST
  • 4 p.m. CEST

However, there's not currently an estimated time from Bethesda's for when Fallout 76 will be back online. We'll keep this section of our guide up to date, detailing when Fallout 76 should be back online on April 9.

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