Gaming News Fallout 76: The Minecraft Dungeons team comes to the aid of the game developers
Recently, Fallout 76 unveiled its gigantic 2022 program, including the arrival of four major expansions, one for each season. And to develop all this content, Bethesda seems to need a little help.
The developers of Minecraft Dungeons pull out the pickaxe
On February 21st, Bethesda, the studio behind Fallout 76, revealed the four expansions that would see the light of day in 2022, starting with the Fallout Worlds DLC, which adds the ability to earn SCORE by completing daily and weekly challenges or new ones Settings for CAMP constructions completes. Then three events will punctuate the summer period, then two extensions will fill the end of the year: The Pitt and Tournée Nuka-World. That’s where Double Eleven, the team behind Minecraft Dungeons, comes into play. As a matter of fact, The developers of Minecraft Dungeons just announced on Twitter that they are working on the Bethesda MMO.
It is a privilege to be given the task of working on one of the most iconic franchises in video game history. Lee Hutchinson, PDG from Double Eleven
At the moment, the studio, which is being added to the development of Fallout 76, has not specified what its missions will be in Bethesda’s MMO, but they have already announced that they are working on creating “a lot of exciting new content to come later In 2022, the fan community will be happy about it.” However, curious folks on Reddit have been investigating…
According to Gearsthecool, a Reddit user, It looks like Double Eleven is working on the Nuka-World Tour, Content that pays homage to Fallout 4’s Nuka World expansion. Gearsthecool actually dug into the game’s data, and the prefix “D11” (for Double Eleven) is appended to several words: “NukaLauncherCoaster”, “Mr. Nuka” and “Chicken”. This last element would allow players to survive against a horde of chickens.
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