Bethesda Game Studios is releasing their 21st update for Fallout 76 today, and for many on Reddit it represents more problems, as the Colossal Problem event has been delayed once again.
The Colossal Problem is a instanced multiplayer public event that will take place "deep in the heart of the Monongah Mine in the Savage Divide." Players have been looking forward to it for quite some time, as it includes things such as new encounters, events, and an action-filled escape after all is said and done. Essentially, it was viewed as the meat and potatoes of the update, except now it's coming out in a few weeks and there's little except the new Fortifying ATLAS community challenges, a seasonal event, and some improvements and bug fixes for the game.
The Fortifying ATLAS community challenges will allow the Fallout 76 community to deliver construction supplies to the ATLAS observatory, which in turn will unlock events and cosmetic awards for everyone to go after. It is a two-part community event that will see players constructing a base for the Brotherhood of Steel. The first part is Project Alpha, which will start today, and the second is Project Bravo, which will start on August 27. Each project has its own collection dates, rewards, and supply requirements, and for more information on the community challenges be sure to go here.
The Meat Week will run from August 18-24, and will give players an opportunity to earn some Legendary Scrip and join the community in a Meat Cook. Meat Week is separated into two parts: the Primal Cuts, where players will kill waves of Prime Beasts and collect Prime Meat, and Grahm's Meat Cook, where players will complete activities such as spinning meat spits, playing music, putting out fires, and more to ensure the party goes well.
For more information on the latest Fallout 76 update, be sure to check out the patch notes here.
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