Fallout 76 released this past November as a different take on the popular Bethesda series that garnered mostly negative reviews. Even with this poor reception, Bethesda announced the future roadmap of updates that hopefully will improve the game. The latest of these Fallout 76 updates was set to release today, but now that has been delayed by just a day.
Bethesda previously made the announcement of the Wild Appalachia updates that would be coming in parts, with the first originally slated for release today, March 12. However, they needed a little more time before getting the release out, as they revealed in the following tweet.
We are moving the release of Wild Appalachia back one day on all platforms. We just need a little more time to brew. Experience the new quest, crafting station & much more starting now on March 13. pic.twitter.com/xFaJ8ncvM7
— Fallout (@Fallout) March 11, 2019
Wild Appalachia serves as the Spring update for Fallout 76 and will feature new updates that span from March to May. There is some variety in this bunch as well, with a good mix of new features, quests, and events to be spread across these few months.
Following the introduction tomorrow, March 13th, which also includes the new brewing and distilling systems at your C.A.M.P., perhaps the biggest part of the Spring update will be coming a few weeks later on March 26th with Survival Mode.
Hopefully new updates will manage to improve the overall Fallout 76 experience to wash the bad taste out of the mouth of consumers who bought the game initially and were left disappointed.