Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour is all set to be released in December and here we’re with the latest updates of the game.
A variety of Nuka-Cola goods, including outfits, a new ally, and a tonne of CAMP items decked out in the wasteland’s favourite soft drink, will be introduced in Season 11/ Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour.
The newly introduced ammo box is one of the products that, like in the past, is only available to Fallout 1st subscribers, although there is also a sizable selection of goodies for free players. Naturally, they all adhere to the bare minimum of safety requirements.
Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour Release Date
In an intriguing move, Bethesda has disclosed the Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour/ Fallout 76 season 11 theme, which will carry over into the upcoming December 6 expansion.
Yes, that is Nuka-World, accompanied with a season map that shows the amusement parks before even the series’ post-apocalyptic scenario.
A multiplayer online action role-playing game, Fallout 76 Nuka-World On Tour. This precursor to the Fallout series is the first one in the series to adopt an online multiplayer gaming concept. There are no human NPCs in the game; instead, the player controls every surviving human. People start returning to West Virginia in Fallout 76.
Two rival factions battle incessantly, each hoping to get a head start as the mysteries of West Virginia are revealed. When residents found other homes, looters came and forcibly took them. Accept the Overseer’s new assignment, and work together with rival factions to elucidate the mystery buried deep inside this mountain.
In case you forgot, the ammo box will only be available if you pay for the game’s membership service: “Active Fallout 1st customers can also receive exclusive gifts and special S.C.O.R.E. upgrades throughout Season, but there’s more!
The Ammo Box, a brand-new feature, is also made available to Fallout 1st members as part of this update without cost! Keep an unlimited quantity of your bullets, shells, and other items in a secure place, similar to the existing Scrap Box that Fallout 1st members have access to.
Keep in mind that the Armament Box only stores stacking ammo types; it cannot store Fusion or Plasma Cores.
Members of Fallout 1st will get the Ammo Storage Box. Identical to the Scrap Box, it offers gamers a convenient location to keep extra ammo.
The Red-Upper Auto-Axe skin is available in the Atomic Shop for free to everyone. With the skin on their Auto-Axe, players utilising the Orange Auto-Axe can participate in the daily and weekly challenges.
They’ll acquire the Fanatic Stalker Outfit along the journey. The travelling roadshow Nuka-World on Tour will only stop in Appalachia at the grounds east of Lake Reynolds.