Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia Update Moved to March 13th

Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia Update Moved to March 13th

Originally set to launch on March 12th, Bethesda have announced the Wild Appalachia update for Fallout 76 will be pushed to March 13th, just a day after its original set release date.

Fallout 76 Wild Appalachia Update Moved to March 13th

Bethesda have already outlined a list of free updates coming to Fallout 76, with the next suppose to launch on March 12th, however in a post on Twitter they share that it will now release a day later.

A part of the Wild Appalachia update includes the new brewing crafting system, which allows players to craft a range of alcoholic beverages to gain various buffs from their C.A.M.P. after completing the “Wasted on Nukashine” quest. But with all good buffs also come trade-offs, for example beers can help improve scope stability and damage against animals for a period of time but are countered with reduced VATS accuracy.

Fallout 76 is currently available to play on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Wild Appalachia update will now launch on March 13th, the Fasnacht Parade arrives on March 19th, along with the new Survival mode which arrives on March 26th.


If you’re venturing into the Appalachia be sure to drop by our Fallout 76 wiki as it will aid you in your adventure. You can also check out some of our guides including Fallout 76: The Superlative Sniper Build Guide and Fallout 76: The Ultimate Melee Build Guide. You can also read about the new Brewing and Distilling crafting system.

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