Bethesda did not live up to expectations and Fallout 76 will remain “deserted” until 2020

Back at E3 2019, Bethesda announced that it would add people to the wastelands of Fallout 76. I didn’t like the idea of ​​a role-playing game without NPCs

gamers, and the developers decided to rectify the situation by adding characters.

Development didn't go according to plan

Bethesda was planning to release an updateWastelanders is coming in fall 2019, but gamers will have to wait longer. In a blog post, the developers informed players that the release date has been postponed to the first quarter of 2020. According to Bethesda, "this is one of the biggest updates" they've done, and the team needs more time.

At the same time, Bethesda is ready to release the serviceto create private servers in Fallout 76. One of the most requested innovations will launch next week. In addition, the developers plan to add the ability to “modify your worlds,” whatever that means.

Bethesda has no plans until the end of 2019release major updates, but gamers will receive patches that fix game bugs. In addition, the developers are working on new events, the Legendary Player system, and public test servers.