Bethesda has launched a new Fallout 76 game mode at E3 2019 as a "beta-beta preview", but has now extended it indefinitely. The Nuclear Winter mode introduced the popular royal battle genre into the Bethesda online game, and the studio announced that it would remain available.
When it was announced for the first time, it seemed that Nuclear Winter would be a limited time mode available only during the free trial period. But in an update to the Fallout 76 blog, the company says that "the preview before the beta of Nuclear Winter will remain activated and will continue to receive updates."
The note also thanked the fans for their enthusiasm to try the new mode.
"We were blown away by the reactions and reactions we had throughout the week at Nuclear Winter, it was so amazing to read all your experiences and see everything you shared, there are so many future supervisors! 51 is lucky. "
The launch of Fallout 76 has been difficult, but Bethesda is committed to maintaining it with regular updates. Todd Howard has also recently opened about his early struggles and what he would have done differently.
At E3, Bethesda also announced an upcoming expansion that will add human NPCs for the first time. There is still a special E3-themed package for sale until July 8, which allows you to earn additional currency in the game and other bonuses at a price below the usual conversion rate.