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Fallout 76 is coming to Xbox Games Pass on console and PC in July

Fallout 76, Bethesda’s beleaguered – but gradually improving – online multiplayer take on the beloved post-apocalyptic RPG series, is making its way to Xbox One and PC Game Pass later this month, arriving alongside other Game Pass offerings including Soulcalibur 6 and celebrated indie action-RPG CrossCode.

It would be fair to say that Fallout 76 wasn’t particular well-received – or perhaps even particularly wanted by many series fans – when it launched in 2018, with Eurogamer’s Wesley Yin-Poole calling it a “bizarre, boring, broken mess” in his review.

Since then, however, Bethesda has continued to invest in the game, adding a range of new features that, in some cases, have helped considerably improve the experience (NPCs) while others (such as a premium subscription service for private servers) have only drawn more ire. When Wes returned to Fallout 76 earlier this year, he conceded it’s now “actually okay”.

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