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Fallout 76 One Wasteland Update Makes The Post-Apocalypse More Forgiving

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A new patch for Fallout 76 was introduced this week, adding a fresh layer of challenge for Appalachian veterans while also making big changes for newcomers to Bethesda's post-apocalyptic wasteland. Called One Wasteland, Fallout 76's Update 22 now focuses on your personal progress by adjusting enemy levels to provide a more balanced challenge based on your current skill level and gear.

Monsters will still have minimum and maximum levels, but the dynamic scaling will also be used to adjust their stats, experience points gained from defeating them, and what loot you can earn in the process. One Wasteland's focus on individual Vault-dwellers means that even if multiple players attack the same monster, the actual fight will allow the entire party to contribute, no matter their skill level or experience with the game.

"New players will now be able to explore the wasteland of West Virginia without the difficulty spikes that they would previously encounter," project lead Jeff Gardiner explained on the Bethesda blog. "For Veterans, they'll be able to go back to several previous areas of the game and find new challenges. A low-level player will be fighting a low-level monster, while a high-level player a high-level monster."

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