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Fallout 76’s Expeditions update has arrived with the first trip outside of Appalachia taking players to The Pitt - the iconic location last seen in one of Fallout 3's most memorable bits of DLC. As per the new story trailer we get to see the same dark and ominous tone, as players embark on story-driven repeatable missions.

Here's how it all works.
Expeditions in Fallout 76 are randomized and repeatable story-based Missions on the scale of most end-of-line quests. Each Expedition plays a little different each time, making it worth taking multiple trips to The Pitt to earn legendary items, Scrip, Treasury Notes and Stamps – an all-new currency that can be collected to claim specific Expeditions rewards.

For newer players, the Expedition update also includes other enhancements to Fallout 76 such as adjusted starting gear and a revamped Whitespring Resort. The area now features the Whitespring Refuge hub, allowing players to participate in Refuge Daily Quests, take on random encounters and craft/repair/purchase select items as needed.

Whitespring Refuge isn’t just for new players. The local Responders team in the area have access to a Vertibird essential you'll need to reach The Pitt. Complete their “Responders Reborn” quest to gain access to Refuge Daily Quests, which you can complete to earn the Responders’ trust as well as crucial Ultracell Charge to power up the Vertibird.

Once juiced up, you can exchange a full Ultracell Charge for a flight up to The Pitt to begin their Expedition. Though the rewards are numerous, Expeditions can be perilous. We suggest reaching Level 50 or higher and equipping your top gear for the best experience in The Pitt. Thankfully, enemies scale to your team’s level and drop relevant ammunition and Stimpaks in battle, allowing Expeditions to go smoothly… for those who prepared, that is.

The update arrives alongside Season 10, Red Rocket Presents: The City of Steel, and is pretty hefty size-wise. PC (Steam): 23.5 GB, PC (Microsoft Store): 73.5 GB, PlayStation: 77.1 GB, and Xbox: 80.8 GB.

Head here for the full Patch Notes.

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