Fallout 76 PC Test Server Goes Live Today For Update 20

In preparation for Update 20, Fallout 76 players on Bethesda.net will gain access to the game's private test servers.

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Developer Bethesda Game Softworks has announced the private test servers for Fallout 76 on PC is set to go live today. When they do, players can check out the features that will be part of the upcoming Update 20 patch.

The Fallout 76 PTS will only be available to PC players who are using Bethesda.net to access the online action-RPG. Some of the features that will be arriving once Update 20 drops include public teams, legendary perks, the Colossal Problem event, and more. Bethesda noted that Seasons are not available in the PTS.

The private test servers are where Bethesda experimented with the massive Wasterlanders update that hit PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One last month. There's currently no release date Update 20.

Bethesda also provided a look at what else is coming to Fallout 76 soon. Players can earn double XP from June 4-8, the Fasnacht Parade event has been extended to June 9, a quick hotfix to address a duplication glitch will arrive next week, and the studio will hold a Twitch charity stream on Wednesdays from 10-11 AM PT / 1-2 PM ET that will benefit UNICEF.

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