Bethesda: Fallout 76 Won’t Become Free-To-Play Title in 2019

The recent rumors concerning the transformation of Fallout 76 in free-to-play title in the course of 2019 have pushed many buyers to express their disappointment on the official sites and forums dedicated to the post-apocalyptic game of Fallout.

Over the past few days there have been more and more rumors that suggested that Fallout 76 will become a free-to-play title. Well, it seems this time that all rumors that circulated between Reddit, Resetera, Twitter and various social network of trust were more than fake because Bethesda itself has denied everything through a tweet on its official Twitter account.

When a user on Twitter asked the company whether Fallout 76 will become a free-to-play title, Bethesda was quick to reply him by debunking the rumor: “There is no truth to this rumor.”

The clarification of Bethesda should thus extinguish the fire of the controversy that broke out in recent days because of the choice, made by some distribution stores in Australia, to remove copies of Fallout 76 from their shelves. It would have been a trivial reorganization of the warehouses and video game exhibitors according to the launch of the new titles expected in the second half of January, Resident Evil 2 Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3 above all.

Thus, in 2019, Bethesda’s plans remain to actively support the Fallout 76 project through the publication of continuous updates that will include, for example, new PvP dynamics, additional options for customizing their outposts and of unpublished activities to play in the mutant dimension of West Virginia.

Fallout 76 is available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.