Bethesda just updated the Fallout 76 PTS (private test server). This lets players try out Fallout 76: Locked and Loaded, the next update before it comes out. But it also gives all of those players a quick look at how the game will change with Season 4 of Fallout 76.
In this guide, we’ll talk about everything we know about Fallout 76’s fourth season. This includes changes to the way the game is played and anything else that will help, no matter how small. First, let’s talk about when all players will be able to try this.
When Does Season 4 of Fallout 76 Come Out?
On April 27, the fourth season of Fallout 76 will begin. The season can’t be played on the PTS until that date. Players on the PTS can’t move forward on the seasonal track, but they can see some of the items that come with the season pass.
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But Season 4 isn’t the only thing that starts on this date. The next big update for the game, called “Locked and Loaded,” will also come out. This will include fixes and improvements to the base game. Most of the new content will come from this, so players should be most excited about this.
When Fallout 76 Season 4’s End
Fallout 76 from Bethesda works on a seasonal schedule, which seems to be standard for online games these days. This gives players a steady stream of new content to keep them interested. The most recent season, Season 4, started on April 27 with the Locked & Loaded update.
As players move up in ranks, they can get rewards with different themes. There’s still a lot of time to earn items, which is good news for both people who want to finish the game and people who are just starting out.
The theme of Season 4 is “Armor Ace in Cold Steel,” which is really a new pulp comic Scoreboard with 100 ranks that can be earned by completing daily in-game challenges. These can be as simple as chewing gum or as complicated as heavy fighting on battlefields full of radiation.
Most of the time, each rank comes with a single reward, like money, clothes, C.A.M.P. items, or skins for armour and weapons. Some special rewards are only available to people who pay extra for Fallout 1st, while others from past seasons can now be bought with gold bullion from vendors in The Crater and Foundation.
At the moment, Bethesda wants Season 4 to run “through July,” which probably means until the end of the month. That’s probably true, but the length of Fallout 76 seasons has been all over the place in the past. The first one, The Legendary Run, lasted less than two and a half months.
Season 3, on the other hand, went on for more than four months. If Season 4 lasts until July 31, that would be three months and four days. Like other seasonal games like PUBG and Fortnite, Bethesda probably changes its schedules based on how long it takes to make and test new content.
What’s in Store for Fallout After Season 4?
Season 5 should begin right after Season 4 ends. Bethesda has already given it a name, “Escape From the 42nd Century,” and said that the Brotherhood of Steel storyline will come to a close.
Little else is set in stone, except that it will come with an update called “Steel Reign” that adds Legendary crafting, power armour, and unlimited seasonal ranks.
The Locked & Loaded update added a lot of new features to Fallout 76, such as console aim assist, special loadouts, and camp slots and models.
The “Worlds Are Changing” update will focus on private worlds, and “Tales From the Stars” will be a UFO-themed release with unique events, challenges, and C.A.M.P. pets that players can choose to use.
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Seasonal release dates are still up in the air, of course. Bethesda is probably waiting to see how Season 5 of Fallout 76 goes before making any long-term plans.