Bethesda has pushed back the release of Fallout 76‘s Wild Appalachia update by one day to March 13th.
The update was originally scheduled to arrive today, March 12th, but has been slightly delayed to give the developers “a little more time.”
We are moving the release of Wild Appalachia back one day on all platforms. We just need a little more time to brew. Experience the new quest, crafting station & much more starting now on March 13. pic.twitter.com/xFaJ8ncvM7
— Fallout (@Fallout) March 11, 2019
Fallout 76’s Wild Appalachia expansion will be spread out over the next couple of months, with the first part arriving in tomorrow’s update. This first drop includes a new quest that will set players on the path to becoming the Wasteland’s premiere bartender and a new crafting system for Brewing and Distilling.
Tomorrow’s update will also increase the durability of heavy and semi-automatic energy weapons, increase the damage of semi-automatic energy weapons, make C.A.M.P. placement adjustments, and introduce challenge tracking.
Following this update will be the start of Fasnacht Parade, the game’s first seasonal event. The event will run from March 19th through March 26th and tasks players with aiding the town’s robotic shopkeepers in setting up for the annual parade and then defending them as they march. Taking part in the event will reward players with masks and new Fasnacht-themed C.A.M.P. plans.
Looking to the future, Fallout 76‘s next major update is scheduled to arrive on March 26th and will introduce a new Survival game mode. According to Bethesda, Survival offers “a higher-stakes PvP experience with fewer restrictions, increased rewards, and new challenges.”