Fallout 76 2021 Roadmap Brings New Gear, New Quests, And More

The much-maligned survival sim starts off spring with a bang, introducing a brand new roadmap full of content to come over the next year

Published: March 22, 2021 12:10 PM /


A lone motorcycle in Fallout 76's West Virginia

Bethesda has unveiled the Fallout 76 2021 roadmap in full. It includes new quests, new gear, and plenty more stuff on its way to the online survival game in the coming months, starting with the Locked & Loaded update in spring.

What's the first update in the Fallout 76 2021 roadmap and when is it coming?

First up in the roadmap, you're getting the Locked & Loaded update. This update will introduce a number of oft-requested mechanics and improvements to the game including S.P.E.C.I.A.L loadouts and C.A.M.P (that's a lotta acronyms) slots. These should make it a little easier to customize your character for different situations and to build new abodes around the Appalachian area. You'll also find mannequins for displaying your gear, as well as an all-new expansion to the Daily Ops system. Here's the roadmap in full:

The Fallout 76 2021 roadmap shared by Bethesda

What else is in the Fallout 76 2021 roadmap?

In summer, the Steel Reign update will bring new Brotherhood of Steel-themed quests, as well as the chance to meet some new NPCs and explore new locations. The summer update also brings a new set of Legendary power armor, as well as the chance to craft Legendary items. Bethesda is remaining relatively tight-lipped about the fall update; it's bringing some changes to Private Worlds, but the studio says you'll have to "stay tuned over the coming months" for more info. Mysterious!

Finally, there's the winter update. This one brings new four-star Legendary weapons and armor, but more importantly, you'll be able to have pets in your C.A.M.P. There will also be a new Public Challenge in the form of Invaders from Beyond, which will unite players across the server to face off against new foes and reap new rewards after their defeat. Winter also brings with it a new seasonal event called The Ritual, in which Point Pleasant cultists are up to something sinister and you must stop them.

We'll likely learn much more about the Fallout 76 2021 roadmap in the coming weeks, so make sure you stay tuned for more info on this. Everything in the roadmap will be added to the game at no extra cost, so once you've bought it, all of this stuff will be playable without dropping cash on microtransactions. You can grab Fallout 76 right now for PC, PlayStation platforms, and Xbox consoles.

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Game Page Fallout 76
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