Celebrating Three Years of Fallout 76

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Happy Birthday! Bethesda

It’s been three years since everyone was introduced to Appalachia. Since stepping out of Vault 76, a lot has happened. That at least 11 million players have joined since launch is a good sign indeed for Fallout 76. Today, we take a quick look at some of the significant figures reached by the community as the game celebrates its third anniversary.

Before that, a little bit of history. Fallout 76 was released on November 14, 2018, on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. While this online action RPG was the latest installment in the Fallout series, it actually served as a prequel to the previous games.

That said, here are the happenings so far in the game:

  • Daily Ops Completed: 14,830,994
  • Average Completion Time for Decryption: 8 minutes and 50 seconds
  • Average Completion Time for Uplink: 8 minutes and 14 seconds
  • Earle – Average Time to Defeat: 24.97 minutes
  • Top 3 Creatures/Enemies Killed
    • Scorched
    • Feral Ghoul
    • Super Mutant
  • Top 3 Deadliest Creatures/Enemies
    • Imposter Sheepsquatch
    • Scorchbeast Queen
    • Annihilator Sentry Bot
  • Most Often Killed Cryptid: Wendigo
  • Events Completed during “The Coming Storm”: 6,359,632
  • Shin v. Rahmani – Percent Choosing
    • Rahmani: 82%
    • Shin: 18%
  • Caps Spent at Player Character Shops: 95,318,024,636
  • Items Most Bought from Player Character Shops (does not include ammo):
    • Stimpak
    • Marsupial Serum
    • Handmade Rifle
    • Stimpak: Super
    • Speed Demon Serum
  • Workshop with Highest Count of Captures: Poseidon Energy Plant
  • Legendary Scrip Sent: 11,512,852,274
  • Gold Bullion Spent: 5,959,780,931
  • C.A.M.P.S. – Region with the Highest Count: The Forest
  • C.A.M.P. Shelter – Most Placed
    • Free: Vault Utility Room
    • Paid: Vault Lobby
  • Most Popular Worlds Setting
    • Fast Travel
    • Camp Budget
    • Free Building
    • Camp Placement
    • Crafting Cost

PTS Bonus

For those who have the PC copy through Bethesda.net, this is a good time to join the Public Test Server. What’s being tested right now is the “Night of the Moth” update. In addition to being able to try this upcoming content early, those who join the PTS can also share their thoughts and feedback through Discord channels.

This time though there’s an extra bonus with the Mothman-themed pennant, which can be used at the C.A.M.P. To get this item, simply join PTS and the playtesting. After that, the item is then released within a week after the new update is launched. By the way, the PTS is expected to end sometime in early December.

What about you? What’s your experience so far with the game?

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