Fallout 76 Mischief Night Season Event Is Here

There's still time for mischief.
There's still time for mischief. Bethesda

Fallout 76 earlier this week kicked off its Seasonal Event dubbed Mischief Night. Since then there has been a lot of suspicious activity going around in The Whitespring. Players need to move fast as the event ends November 5 at 12:00 PM ET.

The event is straightforward and like the title implies, simply requires some mischief. With Eyebot JES-2R directing everyone, players can express their artistic side on a wall or even give the guards a fright by blowing up cars. There's pretty much something for everyone in this week's event. Of course, it won't just be for fun since players get some XP and loot like the chance to have themed items including, among others, costumes and jack-o-lanterns.

Choose your favorite costume and wear it on Mischief Night to get double progress toward your objectives and unlock exclusive themed rewards.

Nuclear Winter Rewards

This Halloween Season get a chance to earn six spooky rewards by completing limited-time challenges in Nuclear Winter. These challenges already started appearing as early as October 29, with one new challenge arriving each day until November 3. Players who earn enough Overseer XP from their Nuclear Winter matches can unlock new skins for their weapons and armor like the glow-in-the-dark skeleton outfit.

Players have until November 12 to complete all challenges.

Update 14 Highlights

Last week Fallout 76 released Update 14 which saw the launch of Fallout 1st. You can read more about that here.

Highlights of the update include:

  • More Frequent Public Events
    • The new update lowered the cooldown between the start of one Public Event to the next by half.
    • This means players have the chance to join more Public Events.
  • Legendary Scorchbeasts
    • Scorchbeasts now have a chance to spawn as one but even two three-star Legendary enemies.
    • This gives players a shot at getting some legendary gear.
  • Color-Coded Items in Nuclear Winter
    • Items in Nuclear Winter have been color-coded based on their rarity.
    • This lets players size up their effectiveness when scavenging for gear.
  • Weight Reductions for Popular Display Items
    • Items like Bobbleheads, Magazines, and Teddy Bears, have all received weight reductions in Update 14.
    • This means players can now show off even more of their collection without using as much C.A.M.P. Budget.
  • Menu Music Volume Setting
    • It's now easier to see the Main Menu music with the new “Menu Music” slider in the Audio Settings menu.

You can read more about Update 14 here.

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