Bethesda is primed to release the first in a string of Fallout 76 updates which make up the Wild Appalachia spring expansion. It was due to kick off today (March 12), but has been delayed until tomorrow.
The team took to Twitter to announce the delay, stating that it needed ‘a little more time to brew.’ Specific launch timings have not yet been detailed.
We are moving the release of Wild Appalachia back one day on all platforms. We just need a little more time to brew. Experience the new quest, crafting station & much more starting now on March 13. pic.twitter.com/xFaJ8ncvM7— Fallout (@Fallout) March 11, 2019
The Wild Appalachia update is the first collection of major updates to Fallout 76. It includes a new PvP mode, Legendary Vendor, and even a camera mode. The first of these parts will launch March 13, and will add the ability to brew and distil at C.A.M.P.S. You can find a full list of the content being added to Fallout 76 as part of the Wild Appalachia update below:
- Brewing & Distilling - March 13
- The Fasnacht Parade event - March 19
- Survival PvP mode - March 26
- Player Vending - April 9
- Camera - April 26
- Legendary Vendor - May 23
- Shear Terror quest - April 9
- Legendary Pioneer Scouts - May 7
It remains to be seen whether or not these new updates will be enough to entice players back to Fallout 76. The new legendary vendor is certainly something that the community has been asking for since launch, and the arrival of the game’s first seasonal event is proof that Bethesda is still actively supporting it.