19 Jul 2021 12:01 PM +00:00

Fallout 76 Will Reintroduce A Public Test Server This Month

Bethesda graced all Vault Dwellers this month with Fallout 76's Steel Reign update, the conclusion to the Brotherhood of Steel story.

Plans for the next big expansion are already underway, and players could grab an early look at upcoming content.

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Fallout 76 Will Reintroduce A Public Test Server This Month

Introduced in the Wastelanders expansion, Public Test Servers (PTS) allow selected PC players to test forthcoming content from planned DLC, prior to their eventual public release.

As revealed in Bethesda's latest blog post, the fan-favourite Fallout feature will return later this month:

We haven’t yet discussed what’s in store with the September update, but it will include a significant new feature that will give players even more variety in how they choose to experience Fallout 76. We’re shooting to re-open the Public Test Server this month so that the community can dive into this new feature and begin sharing their feedback with us as soon as possible. While we can’t share details just yet, please keep an eye on Fallout.com next week to learn everything you need to know, as well as how you can join the fun in the PTS.

It seems as though Bethesda's next big expansion will be a big one, consisting of unique features that will alter 76's gaming interface.

We know The Pitt, a beloved Fallout DLC will return to the game in 2022 however, we don't know what September's planned update will entail.