Fallout 76: Atlantic City Release Date Revealed For December

The new location will feature a casino where vault dwellers can gamble.


Roll the dice with lady luck or face off against new creatures when Atlantic City comes to Fallout 76 on December 5. The game's art director, Jonathan Rush, announced the release date for the upcoming destination at Xbox's broadcast for the Tokyo Game Show.

Rush also revealed that Steam players can check out Atlantic City early on the public test server starting October 3. "Atlantic City has stacked the deck with new content including new locations, new factions, new creatures, new missions, and new rewards," the art director said. "Plus, a flush casino where our wastelanders can test their luck."

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Bethesda Softworks originally unveiled that Fallout 76 would head for the boardwalk of Atlantic City at the Xbox Showcase in June. The company also stated at the time that over 15 million people had played the game.

The Xbox broadcast at the Tokyo Game Show also confirmed a bunch more Game Pass titles, with Like a Dragon Gaiden: The Man Who Erased His Name becoming a day-one release for the subscription service. Microsoft also noted that Octopath Traveler II will come to Xbox consoles early next year.

Also arriving in 2024 is a Fallout TV show that will air on Amazon Prime. Early footage shown at Gamescom last month hinted at the series taking place in Los Angeles, the home of Vault 33.

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