Come one, come all to the fairgrounds you won't soon forget! The Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour update has arrived and will be dropping its tents for players to enjoy the freakshow that is about to begin.
Players of Fallout 76 will be able to head on over to the newly added fairground, which is located West of Lake Reynolds, inside of the Ash Heap, where they will see a sight to behold. The update brings new public events, rewards, and the largest region boss to ever existing Fallout 76; The Ultracite Titan. One of the public events that has been added is titled Spin the Wheel, where players must join Bottle and Cappy in the Big Top Tent and take a shot at spinning the wheel. The wheel is filled with challenges that the player must complete, so you better hope to goodness it lands on something simple. Contestants on this twisted game show will need to survive five total rounds to take home some fabulous prizes.
There has also been a Tunnel of Love added to this mangled circus, which is absolutely perfect for couples to enjoy. Well, at least it will be once you fix it up and add in some hearts, doves, and maybe some sparkly lights. Which of course, since it is a tunnel, will be located within a dark and decrepit mine shaft that has been abandoned for eons. It is probably completely safe, and you will have nothing to worry about in this barely lit tunnel of death -- I mean -- love.
On top of the thrilling events come updates to the actual gameplay itself, including weapon changes which will roll out later on, and bug fixes. Those who were fortunate to test out Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour prior to its release know that the devs planned on releasing a system that stops players from using illegal attachment combos. Sadly, that update will need a bit more tuning and tweaking before it is ready, so it has not been rolled out with this initial update.
To read the full list of bug fixes, new additions and updates to the game, head over to the Fallout 76 Nuka-World on Tour site.