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Bethesda Removes Vault 94 from Fallout 76

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Bethesda has recently announced that Vault 94 will be removed from Fallout 76. Vault 94 was originally envisioned by Bethesda as a showcase of Vault Raids. Vault 94 opened on August 2018, promising “some of the most challenging experiences” in the game.

Bethesda has closed the Vault as it didn’t deliver the experience it was designed for. The developer further explains the reasons behind the closure:

“Through community feedback we’ve received and our own monitoring since that time, we’ve decided that Vault 94 and its Missions are not delivering the quality of experience that we had hoped to provide. As a result, we are currently planning to shut down Vault 94 alongside the release of the Wastelanders update.”

While that update is still a little ways off, we wanted to give you early notice so that you still have plenty of time to complete some more Vault Missions if you so choose before we seal up Vault 94 indefinitely. When the Vault is disabled, we are planning to make all of its rewards, including the exclusive Power Armor sets and Vault Steel, achievable through other means. We don’t have information to share on how and where you will be able to earn those rewards right now. Be sure to keep an eye out for those details when Wastelanders arrives.

The newest update aside of bug fixes also improves the way players interact with quest UI. Main Quest will now display  square quest markers on the map, while Side, Misc and Daily quest displays diamond-shaped markers.

Fallout 76 has been a big headache for Bethesda, originally an ambitious project to deliver a sand-box game when players would basically survive on a dystopian world, the game turned out to be full of glitches, and didn’t please fans. Bethesda is still doing everything possible to improve the experience of Fallout 76.

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