Fallout 76 screenshot of two characters in power armor

[Update #2]: Fallout 76 devs have revealed their plans for major updates all throughout 2022.

[Update]: Bethesda has now released a detailed roadmap for Fallout 76 in 2020.

A fair bit of time has gone by since the original announcement, but Fallout 76 has now finally made its way to Steam alongside the massive (and free) Wastelanders expansion. The new content update brings with it the long-requested return of NPCs to ally with or simply chat up, as well as a new storyline revolving around the return of humanity itself to the region.

You'll also be able to join or annoy two new human factions, play around with an assortment of new weapons and enemies, and naturally, explore a couple of new and newly reworked locations. You can get a bit of a sneak peek at what all of this looks like in action through the recently posted trailer. Have a gander:

If you prefer the written word, and you have a fair bit of time to spare, you'll find the full list of additions and changes over at the official website. As for the newly launched Steam version and its reception, you can unsurprisingly find out more over at Steam.

Have fun, and here's to hoping this is the turning point for Fallout 76!