New Fallout 76 Update Previews Months of Events


Fallout 76 Players now know what’s to come in the coming months in terms of events, seasons, and updates thanks to a new community calendar. Like other shared schedules in the past, this one will begin with the start of a new season, Season 11: Nuka-World, to be precise, along with an accompanying update. This particular calendar runs from December through early April and players are questioning what Bethesda has planned for a mystery event at the end of the calendar.

Event calendars like this are quite common for Fallout 76 and are released every two months. They serve as great reference points for players to plan for what kinds of events are happening and when, with recurring events like Gold Rush and Minerva’s Big Sale to be seen over the next two weeks.

You can check out the community calendar below, courtesy of the Fallout social accounts after it was recently shared.

Looking at the calendar, it doesn’t seem like there are too many highlights here in terms of new events, so if you’ve been playing Fallout 76 for a while, you can expect to see some of your favorites return in time, as the schedule indicates. While the December 6 update to mark the start of the Nuka-World season is mentioned in the community roadmap, no other events are mentioned, but that doesn’t mean there won’t be other updates in the coming months.

One thing worth noting when looking at the calendar is that there is already a start date for Season 12. It will start on February 28th, which falls on a Tuesday, so whatever happens during Nuka-World, whether it’s events of limited time or by completing Seasonal Challenges for rewards, you will have until the end of February to do so. Other notable information from the community calendar is how it ends with “Just a normal weekend”. Obviously, that won’t be a “normal weekend” since it falls on April Fool’s Day, though Bethesda, of course, has yet to say what it has planned for that day.


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