Fallout 76's Recent Update Pits Players Against Artkos Pharma's Genetic Mysteries

Fallout 76's Recent Update Pits Players Against Artkos Pharma's Genetic Mysteries

A late game raid, essentially.

LizardRock by LizardRock on May 23, 2019 @ 10:44 AM (Staff Bios)
Despite the rocky start, the Fallout 76 at Bethesda Game Studios has been hard at work adding and improving the multiplayer RPG. We're seeing one of the biggest culmination of this with their most recent update, which adds in a new quest line: Project Paradise.

In Project Paradise, the player is tasked with investigating a series of manmade biomes that were built for a local pharmaceutical company called Arktos. Just south of Morgantown, the Arktos Pharma Plant is home to a variety of genetic experiments and rare loot alike.

This introduces a new area to the already large map: a series of underground labs and biomes. Players are encouraged to team up and complete the internal quests before time runs out. This includes killing livestock, restocking supplies, and harvesting the genetically modified plant life, while defending themselves from the ghouls and robots that find you a threat.

This is another late-game mission, which Bethesda previously promised to expand for the game. This means the enemies you face will be powerful and participants are encouraged to be at least level 50 before trying. In turn, the players will have a guaranteed three-star legendary boss, assuming they completed the previous quests successfully.

People may not like the game. It's no secret that it's an easy target for low-effort jokes. Whether you like Fallout 76 or not, that's OK, regardless what other people tell you.

The Project Paradise is a free update to all players. Fallout 76 is available now on PS4, Xbox One and PC (Bethesda.net store) It will also be releasing on Steam in the near future.


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