The free Fallout 76 Nuka-World on Tour update is now live

The new Fallout 76 update is now live, which brings new content and features to the game.

The Nuka-World Tour update brings, among other things, new public events that will pop up every 20 minutes and provide players with all kinds of different rewards ranging from new outfits, CAMP decor, and more. A new area boss called the Ultracite Titan, the largest creature ever introduced in a Fallout game, has been added through the update, along with a Nukacade packed with all sorts of rides like Bandit Roundup, Nuka Zapper Race, and Whack-A- Commie. Winning these games will reward players with Nukacade Points that can be redeemed for prizes.

One of the other major additions brought by the new Fallout 76 update is a new free camera for the building mode, which is set to make building more fun.

The traveling road show, Nuka-World on Tour, has officially taken up permanent residence in Appalachia! Head to the fairgrounds in the Ash Heap to find new public events, face off against the monstrous Ultracite Titan, try skill games in Nukacade, meet new characters, earn rewards, and more!

The Nuka-World on Tour update is now available and free to all Fallout 76 players.

More information about the Fallout 76 Nuka-World Tour update can be found on the game’s official website.

Fallout 76 is now available on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One worldwide.

Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning winners of Skyrim and Fallout 4, welcomes you to Fallout 76. Twenty-five years after the bombs fell, you and your fellow Vault Dwellers – drawn from the nation’s best and brightest – emerge from post-nuclear America on Reclamation. Day, 2102. Play solo or join together as you explore, scavenge, build and triumph over the Wasteland’s greatest threats. Explore a vast wasteland ravaged by nuclear war in this open-world multiplayer addition to the Fallout story. Experience the largest and most dynamic world ever in the legendary Fallout universe.

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