Fallout 76 is free to play this week on account of Bombs Drop Day
This week, Fallout 76 will be free-to-play across all platforms. Additionally, discounted items, in-game events, and a Fallout 1st membership is also being offered.
Fallout 76 celebrates Bombs Drop Day with tons of free items in the Atomic Shop. On account of Bombs Drop Day, Bethesda has rolled out some offers for fans.
Here's a list of discounted items for this week
If you get the Fallout 1st trial membership this week, it will grant you access to the free preview which will further grant you access to the Scrapbox, Survival Tent, Mechanic’s Floor, and Mechanic’s Wallpaper.
After October 26, you will be able to remove the scrap you've placed in the scrapbox but you won't be able to add. To add scrap, you will have to become a Fallout 1st member by paying $100.
Free Items for this week
Bethesda is also offering some free Halloween themed items for free this week. These items include the Coffin Decoration which is free until October 27 and Smiley Jack O’ Lantern which is available for free till November 3. Fallout 1st members can claim the Mummy Costume and Squares Wallpapers which are availble for free til November 3, 2020.
The Black Cat C.A.M.P. Bundle is also available at a discounted price this week. The Black Cat Bundle includes a Coffin Stash Box, Animatronix Black Cat, Spooky Sound Machine and more.
The return of Tricentennial Items
Tricentennial cosmetic items are back in Fallout 76. These include the Tricentennial Bundle, Tricentennial Salute Emote, Tricentennial Poster Set, and more.
Many more items are on sale this week on the occasion of Bombs Drop Day. You can check the whole list of discounts here.