Fallout 76 is coming to Steam “later this year.” Bethesda announced its plans to bring the beleaguered multiplayer spin-off—which released on Bethesda’s own launcher last year—to Valve’s service in a tweet. It also reaffirmed plans to bring future games Rage 2, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, and Doom

Fallout 76's patch 5 goes live today bringing a ton of much needed balance changes. In addition to reducing the damage bonuses for explosive and two shot mods by more than half, players are now limited to carrying no more than 1,500 pounds over their weight limit and Bobblehead effects no longer stack. 

Fallout 76 has a secret developer room, and some players have figured out how to break into it. That’s according to Eurogamer, who investigated the room, which is likely for item testing and contains plans for every item in the game, as well as a lone NPC named Wooby. Yes, an NPC. In Fallout 76. His virtual life is a

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