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First Wild Appalachia Content Release in Fallout 76 Delayed One Day to March 13th - MMORPG.com

SBFordSBFord Former Associate EditorMember LegendaryPosts: 33,126

imageFirst Wild Appalachia Content Release in Fallout 76 Delayed One Day to March 13th - MMORPG.com

Bethesda has updated the Fallout 76 Reddit with a brief post to let the community know that the first content update in the Wild Appalachia series is delayed one day. It will now be available on March 13th on all platforms. "We just need a little more time to brew," the post reads.

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  • Rain_DeathravenRain_Deathraven Member UncommonPosts: 87
    Better late than sorry.
  • MadFrenchieMadFrenchie Member LegendaryPosts: 8,483
    Better late than sorry.
    If only they had taken that approach with the base game.
    Scot

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  • OhhPaigeyOhhPaigey Member RarePosts: 1,513
    edited March 12
    This game isn't half bad, there are quite a few bugs, and it's not optimized, but something about it has made it quite fun to play through with some friends. If they had spent some more time on it I think it could have been a really solid game.
    SBFord
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  • laseritlaserit Member LegendaryPosts: 6,157
    I'm going to let it bake in the oven some more. Historically I've always enjoyed Bethesda games. And no I won't ever be spending in the cash shop ;) 

    "Be water my friend" - Bruce Lee

  • achmedeachmede Member UncommonPosts: 168

    OhhPaigey said:

    This game isn't half bad, there are quite a few bugs, and it's not optimized, but something about it has made it quite fun to play through with some friends.

    If they had spent some more time on it I think it could have been a really solid game.



    Well too bad there are many other more decent games out there.
    Fallout 76 can just hide in the shadows, i kinda fell sorry for you now.
  • OhhPaigeyOhhPaigey Member RarePosts: 1,513
    edited March 20
    achmede said:

    OhhPaigey said:

    This game isn't half bad, there are quite a few bugs, and it's not optimized, but something about it has made it quite fun to play through with some friends.

    If they had spent some more time on it I think it could have been a really solid game.



    Well too bad there are many other more decent games out there.
    Fallout 76 can just hide in the shadows, i kinda fell sorry for you now.
    Find me a Fallout themed game that's like Fallout 76, but better.

    I'll wait.

    My point is regardless of how good or bad a game is compared to everything else, not everybody cares about that. Sometimes it's the universe that's attractive to people as well.

    I'll give you a perfect example, SWTOR.
    Kyleran
    When all is said and done, more is always said than done.
  • KyleranKyleran Member LegendaryPosts: 33,905
    edited March 20
    OhhPaigey said:
    achmede said:

    OhhPaigey said:

    This game isn't half bad, there are quite a few bugs, and it's not optimized, but something about it has made it quite fun to play through with some friends.

    If they had spent some more time on it I think it could have been a really solid game.



    Well too bad there are many other more decent games out there.
    Fallout 76 can just hide in the shadows, i kinda fell sorry for you now.
    Find me a Fallout themed game that's like Fallout 76, but better.

    I'll wait.

    My point is regardless of how good or bad a game is compared to everything else, not everybody cares about that. Sometimes it's the universe that's attractive to people as well.

    I'll give you a perfect example, SWTOR.
    Exactly my situation,  I love Fallout 4 so much FO76 was a natural fit and I really enjoyed playing it.

    My biggest "complaint" was their decision to have no npcs as they really gave FO4 its charm.

    Found myself caring more for (and talking to) my companions than I do other people in MMOs.

    Game is set aside for now but I'd be back in a heart beat if they announced the addition of companions.

    Or, I could just team up with other players I suppose.....bleh.

    ;)


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  • OhhPaigeyOhhPaigey Member RarePosts: 1,513
    Kyleran said:
    OhhPaigey said:
    achmede said:

    OhhPaigey said:

    This game isn't half bad, there are quite a few bugs, and it's not optimized, but something about it has made it quite fun to play through with some friends.

    If they had spent some more time on it I think it could have been a really solid game.



    Well too bad there are many other more decent games out there.
    Fallout 76 can just hide in the shadows, i kinda fell sorry for you now.
    Find me a Fallout themed game that's like Fallout 76, but better.

    I'll wait.

    My point is regardless of how good or bad a game is compared to everything else, not everybody cares about that. Sometimes it's the universe that's attractive to people as well.

    I'll give you a perfect example, SWTOR.
    Exactly my situation,  I love Fallout 4 so much FO76 was a natural fit and I really enjoyed playing it.

    My biggest "complaint" was their decision to have no npcs as they really gave FO4 its charm.

    Found myself caring more for (and talking to) my companions than I do other people in MMOs.

    ;)


    I agree, NPCs would be nice. Robots, logs and PCs are not very interesting ways to convey a story lol.

    My biggest issue was I had a base setup outside Grafton city on the hills, and the robot in that city would always walk across the bridge and constantly shoot at the same wall over and over. I had to move my base after awhile..
    When all is said and done, more is always said than done.
  • goboygogoboygo Member RarePosts: 2,061

    achmede said:



    OhhPaigey said:


    This game isn't half bad, there are quite a few bugs, and it's not optimized, but something about it has made it quite fun to play through with some friends.



    If they had spent some more time on it I think it could have been a really solid game.






    Well too bad there are many other more decent games out there.

    Fallout 76 can just hide in the shadows, i kinda fell sorry for you now.



    That's a pretty sick thing to say about someone who finds enjoyment in a game to play with their friends. Who are you to judge?
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