Fallout 76 is free to play until October 26

To all the lovers of a survival sandbox environment, this may be your time. Fallout 76, the game in which “popularity” was built by lousy feedback and tons of technical issues, has found stable ground. At this time, it might be considered for the most exciting games in its category, with tons of content at player’s hands. Amazing right? Bethesda had put hard work to fix the game to this level and apparently succeeded. Shortly after Bethesda’s rough determination to find a resolution to all the hiccups, players had started hopping back to Fallout 76. It may be the right time for you to try it as well, considering Bethesda is hosting a free-to-play period.

Bethesda has announced that the game will be free for all platforms. The free-to-play period is already live and includes all of the expansions, together with Wastelanders. Wastelanders was one of the most innovative updates in Fallout 76. The update brought a bunch of novelties that satisfied player’s will.

Fallout 76’s free-to-play period will be available until October 26 on all platforms, PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you’re into these kinds of games, make sure you hop in and experience what Fallout 76 has to offer. The number of players, understandingly enough, is estimated to rise quite a bit during this period.

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