Not too long ago, the video game publisher and developer Bethesda introduced a brand new quest line in Fallout 76 that features a legendary creature known as the Sheepsquatch, which tasks Fallout 76 players with uncovering the truth behind the the fabled woolly terror of West Virginia. Following this update, fans of the online-only open world multiplayer title won't have to wait too much longer for even more fresh wares, as the studio has announced a new dungeon called "The Burrows" is coming next week, and the introduction of a usable camera is coming later this month.
According to Bethesda, Fallout 76 is set to receive The Burrows in an update on April 16, 2019, and it will be located in a tunnel system beneath Harper’s Ferry, where players will follow in the footsteps of Fallout's Brotherhood of Steel. Apparently, this new, subterranean dungeon will provide fans with a “challenging experience” as they attempt to complete the new Waste Management quest.
In order to begin the Waste Management quest, Fallout 76 players will need to access The Burrows using one of two manhole covers in Harpers Ferry, with one being near the Armory, and the other near Highway 65. The body of a dead Brotherhood of Steel scribe within The Burrows will hold information to send players deeper into the sewers.
Fallout 76 fans will need to come prepared, as the dungeon has been designed for 2+ Level 50+ Vault Dwellers. Finishing it successfully will offer "plenty of loot and experience". It can only be completed once, but once done, it can be repeated as many times as possible for "even more loot and XP".
On top of The Burrows, Bethesda plans on including a functional camera into the game later this month. Unfortunately, though, the studio didn't provide an exact date as to when it will be patched in. Fallout 76's roadmap for 2019 originally had the camera coming alongside The Burrows update next week, but its inclusion has been delayed "to ensure it’s ready".
Once the camera is added, players will need to search Fallout 76's Appalachia map for it, and they ought to find it on the body of a tourist who died just after the Great War. Once acquired, players will pick up where the tourist left off by completing their “Bucket List” of scenic photos. Aiming the camera will display the names of nearby locations and creatures it recognizes.
What's more is that a new set of challenges focused on taking scenic photos will be added to Fallout 76, with any pictures taken being added to players Photomode gallery. Additionally, players can head to a Tinker’s Workbench to build a camera of their own, craft film, and can even apply mods such as lenses. Bethesda has also said it's discussing additional lenses for future updates.
All things considered, it looks like Fallout 76 players have plenty to look forward to in the near future. Despite Fallout 76's negative reception after launch, it looks as if Bethesda is doing its best to steer the ship back on course as 2019 presses on.
Fallout 76 is available now for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.