That’s the whole news. Throughout October, Bethesda will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the franchise (the first “fallout” was released on 10 October 1997), and one of the items of the “festive program” is a free week in Fallout 76. It begins today, October 4, at 20:00 Kyiv time, and will continue until October 11, the proposal is valid on all platforms: PC (Steam), PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S and Xbox One.

Fallout 76 was met with skepticism by players, but the developer continues to support the game and has released quite a few free content updates. Of course, it’s nowhere near No Man’s Sky-level support, but now, 4 years after its release, Fallout 76 looks a lot better than it did when it was released. So, in September, the latest update for The Pitt was released, which features “expeditions” to Pittsburgh – repeated story missions for groups of four players.