Fallout 76’s long-awaited SteelDawn update, which introduces the Steel Brotherhood to Appalachia, was originally scheduled for release on December 1, but those who logged in yesterday may have confirmed the date. This is because the entire update was released early. This is all due to an error that caused the Xbox player to download the update a week earlier than planned.
As explained in the blog post, the error made the situation a bit urgent as the Xbox Fallout 76 player not only downloaded the update early, but also couldn’t actually play the game.guess so Bethesda considered I just undoed the update and made everyone wait another week, but instead decided to move the launch forward. “We quickly investigated how to get the Xbox player back into the game as soon as possible, but through discussions we were convinced that the entire BGS team was ready for SteelDawn,” Bethesda said yesterday. “As a result, instead of rolling back the update and making everyone wait another week, we decided to release the Steel Dawn Update on all platforms.”
In addition to the introduction of Brotherhood of Steel content, this update brings a welcome change to the hunger and thirst mechanism: the negative effects of these conditions have been removed, but well fed or hydrated. Then you will get a bigger buff. That is, these mechanisms are a little less punishable. Some changes mentioned in the patch notes, such as dynamic bundles (meaning that the bundle price for players who already own some of the included items will be reduced), are December 1st. Will not be published until the planned release date of. Detailed patch notes can be found here.
Bethesda didn’t explain exactly how the update was deployed in the early days of the Xbox, but players say it’s running smoothly despite the early release. In fact, some people are very happy with the sudden change in release date. “Don’t worry about who failed or why. Thank you for deciding to release the update,” said Reddit user Sangelve. “This week is a vacation / holiday.” Everything went well and I guess.
If you’re looking for fresh Brotherhood of Steel content in a single-player Fallout game, we recently talked to the creators of Fallout 4 lore mod Fallout: Brotherhood. It explores the origins of the faction and plays in the voice of Mark Meer. Known for playing Mass Effect’s male commander Shepherd.