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In the lore of the Fallout series, the great war that turned America into a post-apocalyptical wonderland took place on October 23rd. Known as Bombs Drop day, it has become a time for the community to celebrate the iconic series. This year, Fallout 76 is celebrating it by offering the chance to play the game for free, alongside sales on the game and its Atoms currency.
From October 19 through October 26, fans will have the chance to not only play the game and all of its updates for free but also buy it at a 75% discount on select digital stores.
Get the chance to try this online Fallout experience alongside your friends.
For those who already own the game, you can participate in a Scrip Surplus event. Earn twice the Legendary Scrip by turning in unwanted legendry gear and heading over to Purveyor Murmrph’s Shop, where items are half-off. Gear you can use in Fallout 76’s Halloween event and take down the new spooky seasonal dressed Scorched.
Eyeing something on the Atom Shop? You will be able to pick up Atoms at a discounted price as well.
So gather your friends and head to Fallout 76’s Appalachia this week for free. Head here to learn more. Fallout 76 is available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and is included in the Xbox Game Pass library.
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