Fallout 76 Players Face Off Against Terrifying Scorchbeast Queen In Butt-Clenching Video (VIDEO)

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Fallout 76 is filled with dangerous new creatures, though one in particular seems to rain supreme. The new “Scorched” enemies within the game are merely pawns for a much more terrifying beast called the Scorchbeast, a giant draconic bat horror. Now the mother of all of these terrifying creatures, the Scorchbeast Queen, has been discovered, bringing Vaulters a challenging new threat to try and eliminate.

With a couple of weeks under their belt thanks to the recent Beta, players have been able to reach high levels and decode nuke launch codes as soon as day one of the game’s official launch. Not only was one team in particular able to launch a nuke but they aimed the destructive weapon at one of the “fissure sites” that drew the dreadful Scorchbeast Queen to the surface.

The queen seems to begin at a level of 95 spawning with a large number of Scorched enemies and arrives alongside a new event called Scorched Earth. This end game boss fight is not for the faint of heart, forcing players to kill the monstrous beast in under 30 minutes lest they fall to the beasts incredible destructive power. If successful, high quality rewards are awarded to the victors such as Ultracite, an incredibly rare material found at fissure sites.

Fallout 76 is currently available for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Have you encountered any strange or terrifying things out in Appalachia? Let us know your thoughts on the Scorchbeast Queen and Fallout 76 in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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