Fallout 76 did not have a very smooth launch, but little by little the people of Bethesda have been launching content to turn the tables. Last summer, at E3, they announced the return of NPCs as well as classic Fallout missions and elements to online gaming. That long-awaited DLC has been one of the most requested content by fans, but it seems that it will take a little longer for it to arrive
Originally scheduled for April 7, Wastelands is the name of this Fallout 76 DLC, but it seems that because of the Coronavirus we won't see it when we thought. Bethesda has announced through its official Twitter account that the DLC it will be delayed one week. Despite the fact that the delay is minimal, Bethesda has made that decision to carry out further tests on the material, something that the current situation is making difficult. Even so, 7 days are not many with which the wait will be extended.
Wastelanders Release Update pic.twitter.com/h5Rxn359r4
– Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) March 26, 2020
While the majority of the community has accepted the situation and taken it well, there have been unfortunate comments from players, asking for the DLC to be released as well (a DLC that we remember is free). The thing is, the delay is because Bethesda needs more time to polish the product, something the original Fallout 76 release would have appreciated. The point is to complain about anything.
Fallout 76 Wastelanders will launch on April 14 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC.