Bethesda has announced that it will stop supporting Fallout 76’s Battle Royale mode Nuclear Winter.
Battle Royale mode has been released today Fallout 76 It will be offline in September.
Over time, the company found that the vast majority of players prefer to explore other aspects of the game. It’s also harder to put together a nuclear winter lobby without sacrificing match wait times.
It was also difficult for the team to develop and support adventure mode content while providing a “meaningful update” for Nuclear Winter.
“I’m sure some of you are very passionate about nuclear winter, but this news can be disappointing.” Read the blog post.. “Ending support for Mode was a difficult decision, not a light decision for us.
“We are continuing to work to provide a way of PvP combat for those who enjoy playing against other former Vault Dwellers. Shortly after this year, players will have more ways to play Fallout 76. We will announce the details of how to provide to.
“We’ve decided to disable this mode, but the future of Fallout 76 remains very bright. For all the new features and adventures we plan to introduce into the game throughout 2021 and over the years to come. I can’t wait to share the details with you. “
Bethesda plans to reward players who participated in a nuclear winter by providing players with park coins that can be used to upgrade Legendary Parks in adventure mode.
Each character will receive up to 6 reward coins for each supervisor rank and up to 200 bonus coins for each supervisor ticket earned.
All players who complete at least one nuclear winter match will also receive a nuclear winter-themed pennant against CAMP.
This mode also offers a variety of supervisor rank-up rewards and can be unlocked in other ways. Some items are limited to those who win them, others are awarded by completing the event.
Announced at E3 in June 2019, Nuclear Winter will force 52 players to fight each other to control Vault 51 and become a manager.