Fallout 76 Releases A Community Calendar For Next Month And Teases PTS Return

With the Wastelanders update out now, Bethesda is looking to the future of Fallout 76 on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.


Fallout 76 recently released its new Wastelanders update, adding NPCs and making the whole game feel a bit more like a traditional Fallout game. Now, as fans enjoy this update, Bethesda has released a community calendar, providing a roadmap for what players can expect over the next month.

The community calendar outlines a coming double XP weekend in May, when galleries will be going live, vanity updates, and more. It'll let you plan our your next month of Fallout 76 play. You can have a look at it below.

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The developer is also promising a return of the Public Test Server for patches planned in the future. The PTS was used to test Wasterlanders, as well as the earlier Nuclear Winter mode. "We would like to re-open the PTS starting next Thursday, April 30, so that we can get lots of early community feedback for our next update, which is currently planned for May," the post reads. "As with Wastelanders, your participation will help us get a head start on any needed improvements or fixes."

The upcoming round of testing will be invite-only, and players will need to sign and return an NDA. Players who used the PTS to test out Wastelanders will not need to sign up again.

Fallout 76 Wastelanders is currently afflicted with a strange bug that makes NPCs steal from player's corpses.

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