Fallout 76 Update 16 Is Full Of Trove For Players, Ready To Hit The Floors Very Soon

The latest update will add more choice to nuclear winter maps, also adds up true solo mode and new festive themes. Fallout has also added a free trial for players who haven’t played the game yet. Fallout 76’s forest map is coming back along with Morgantown, and the game will be giving players a chance to select the map they want to play before the starting of the game. This is the most demanding feature of all the time that players demanded.

The developer team of Fallout 76 in its 16th update is adding two options to the private servers, “Team only” and “All friends.” The first one allows players to join a private server with those they’ve already formed a team with, or the next one allows players to get into their friend’s servers and play with them. As the Christmas holidays are on the verge of hitting us, the Fallout 76 team is all set to give presents to their players. A recent update will feature an all-new holiday event from December 12 to December 26 in which the scorched enemies will appear in festive attires. Players will have to spot them either by searching them or by hearing there jingle and hunt them down. Every time players hunt an enemy, they will be getting a gift to unwrap.

After update 16 hits the floor, for a very short span of time, players will be able to claim a free santatron bot from the atomic shop. Players will have to build it in their own camp, and then the santatron will roam the nearby area and will collect treats like candy, toys, and coal. Fallout 76 will also be providing a free trial from December 12 to December 16 on PC, Playstation 4, and Xbox One so players can try on their own. And there will also be a double XP event during the same period of time.

Although Fallout 76 has always been one of the most popular games amongst its fans, all these updates sound appealing to gamers and will surely be able to attract them.

Fallout 76 update 16 is all set to hit the floors on this upcoming Tuesday, December 10.