Bethesda has shared some details on what to expect from Fallout 76 throughout the month of March. This includes plans to re-open the game’s Public Test Server–giving players a chance to test new features–and a handy refresher on the month’s upcoming community activities.
Fans have been awaiting the return of the Public Test Server (PTS) in order to get some hands-on playtesting with Fallout 76’s next update. Bethesda plans to re-open the PTS in mid-March, at which point players will be able to try out upcoming features such as S.P.E.C.I.A.L. Loadouts, C.A.M.P. Slots, the new Daily Ops expansion, and more.
Before then, however, is the Caps-A-Plenty weekend, which is currently live and runs until 9 AM PT / 12 PM ET / 5 PM GMT on March 8. This event allows you to fill up your coffers by visiting vendors throughout Appalachia and selling unwanted gear for up to 2,800 Caps per day.
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