Fallout 76 ‘Vault 94’ Instanced Raid Details Revealed
With just a few short days before its release, Bethesda has revealed some interesting new details for its first ever Fallout 76 Vault Raid, titled Vault 94. Previously confirmed as scheduled content, the new instanced raid will have players cracking the door open on Vault 94 to explore what lies within, with the vault now “completely overrun by nature.”
According to Bethesda, Vault 94 represents one of the “most challenging experiences” the developer has brought to Fallout 76 to date. As such, though it is possible to go in alone, it is recommended that players take a full party of level 50+ characters. That said, parties won’t be able to see all Vault 94 has to offer in one go. Per the developer, the Vault Raid offers a new mission every week beginning with “Dead in the Water,” after which “Meltdown” and “Washout” will become available in the following weeks. PC gamers will have the advantage here as the raid kicks off on August 20th, while console players will need to wait until the developer confirms that the new content has “run smoothly” enough to enable it for console players.
As always, with great challenges come great rewards. Those that complete the missions will gain access to rewards that include XP, Caps, Improved Repair Kits, and crafting materials, as well as your typical dungeon staples: new weapons, armor, and plans. There are three different difficulty modes – Novice, Standard, and Expert – all of which offer greater rewards that scale with the difficulty. On top of that, a new currency called Vault 94 Steel will be needed to craft the armor players can create using the plans found within the new area.
Vault 94 releases on August 20th for PC players.
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