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Fallout 76, One Year Later

Fallout 76, One Year Later

Bethesda launched Fallout 76 one year ago today, and almost everything that could go wrong did. And yet 12 months later it’s still around, still getting updates, and full of players who remain willing
Wingspan Expands, Magic: The Gathering Enters the Hall of Fame, and More in Tabletop News

Wingspan Expands, Magic: The Gathering Enters the Hall of Fame, and More in Tabletop News

Welcome back to Gaming Shelf, io9's regular column all about board games and tabletop roleplaying games. The holidays are fast approaching, so it’s time to start thinking about cool gaming gift ideas
Australia Allows Some Fallout 76 Refunds After Consumers Were "Misled"

Australia Allows Some Fallout 76 Refunds After Consumers Were "Misled"

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission—a government body that basically looks after customer’s rights in the country—announced today that some refunds will be handed out for purchases of
How 'Outer Worlds' Turned Me Away From Revolution into Maddening Pragmatism

How 'Outer Worlds' Turned Me Away From Revolution into Maddening Pragmatism

I was so sure of the choice I was going to make, until my companion character made a last minute pitch.
Fallout 1st Is Creating A Class Divide Among Fallout 76 Players

Fallout 1st Is Creating A Class Divide Among Fallout 76 Players

Last week, Bethesda revealed a premium subscription service for Fallout 76. Things started rough with glitches erasing player supplies and private servers that weren’t all that private after all. Now
What If Fallout 76 Isn’t a Video Game at All, but Something Much Darker?

What If Fallout 76 Isn’t a Video Game at All, but Something Much Darker?

What if we've misunderstood the point of Fallout 76 from the beginning? The post What If Fallout 76 Isn’t a Video Game at All, but Something Much Darker? appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Bethesda’s ‘Fallout 1st’ Paid Server Launch Has Become a Disaster

Bethesda’s ‘Fallout 1st’ Paid Server Launch Has Become a Disaster

Fallout 76 has nuked what little goodwill it still possessed. Not only has its paid server push been poorly received, the servers themselves may not be launching fresh instances and are in abysmal
‘The Outer Worlds’ y el nuevo despertar para los amantes de los juegos de rol

‘The Outer Worlds’ y el nuevo despertar para los amantes de los juegos de rol

Entrevistamos a Leonard Boyarsky y Tim Cain, directores del nuevo título de Obsidian Entertainment para consolas y PC
Fallout 76's Paid Subscription Service Has Not Had A Good Launch

Fallout 76's Paid Subscription Service Has Not Had A Good Launch

Part of Fallout 76's controversial new paid subscription service Fallout First is the addition of an unlimited Scrap Box, which is somewhere players can store all of their junk. Problem being that
Bethesda is launching a subscription service for the glitch-fest that is Fallout 76

Bethesda is launching a subscription service for the glitch-fest that is Fallout 76

Fallout 76 has been... not so great. Plagued with problems, bugs and angry players, it was a highly anticipated game that shit the bed almost immediately after its release. Instead of changing the
Fallout 76 Players Can Play In Private Servers, If They’re Willing To Pay For It

Fallout 76 Players Can Play In Private Servers, If They’re Willing To Pay For It

One of the joys of playing an MMORPG is that you get to play with other people from all around the world. Unfortunately, one of the downsides to online gaming is that you meet all kinds of people, and
How does Bethesda keep screwing up so badly with Fallout 76?

How does Bethesda keep screwing up so badly with Fallout 76?

Almost a year out from launch, the odyssey of Fallout 76 keeps getting stranger. Today, Bethesda announced that it’s implementing a new monthly subscription service for Fallout 76 called Fallout 1st.
How does Bethesda keep screwing up so badly with Fallout 76?

How does Bethesda keep screwing up so badly with Fallout 76?

Almost a year out from launch, the odyssey of Fallout 76 keeps getting stranger. Today, Bethesda announced that it’s implementing a new monthly subscription service for Fallout 76 called Fallout 1st.
Bethesda’s Fallout 76 subscription plan costs an eyebrow-raising $100 per year

Bethesda’s Fallout 76 subscription plan costs an eyebrow-raising $100 per year

Bethesda has announced a new service called Fallout 1st coming to Fallout 76 that includes access to private servers. The service's high price is not being received well by players.

Bethesda hopes you'll pay $100 a year for private 'Fallout 76' worlds

Bethesda is betting that Fallout 76 fans are willing to pay extra for creature comforts -- so much so that they'll pay more than they did for the base game. The developer has launched a Fallout 1st

Bethesda hopes you'll pay $100 a year for private 'Fallout 76' worlds

Bethesda is betting that Fallout 76 fans are willing to pay extra for creature comforts -- so much so that they'll pay more than they did for the base game. The developer has launched a Fallout 1st
Fallout 76 monthly subscription revealed: All the Fallout 1st details

Fallout 76 monthly subscription revealed: All the Fallout 1st details

Last week, Bethesda announced the delay of Fallout 76‘s Wastelanders update, which will add NPCs to the game. That update won’t be launching until sometime in Q1 2020, but there was some encouraging
Fallout 76 monthly subscription revealed: All the Fallout 1st details

Fallout 76 monthly subscription revealed: All the Fallout 1st details

Last week, Bethesda announced the delay of Fallout 76‘s Wastelanders update, which will add NPCs to the game. That update won’t be launching until sometime in Q1 2020, but there was some encouraging
Bethesda Is Now Selling $100 Annual Subscriptions For Exclusive Fallout 76 Features

Bethesda Is Now Selling $100 Annual Subscriptions For Exclusive Fallout 76 Features

There’s never a dull moment in the world of Fallout 76, the online multiplayer game of post-apocalyptic survival and adventuring. Last week, publisher Bethesda announced that the game’s much-requested
The Outer Worlds Review Roundup: A True Roleplaying Gem and Spiritual Fallout Sequel

The Outer Worlds Review Roundup: A True Roleplaying Gem and Spiritual Fallout Sequel

The reviews of The Outer Worlds are in -- and they all suggest the new game is a worthy spiritual sequel to Fallout New Vegas. The post The Outer Worlds Review Roundup: A True Roleplaying Gem and