Bethesda has released a new weekly newsletter of Fallout 76 to talk about the next features that will come to its multiplayer title: one is The Burrows, a large dungeon with its own linked ‘questline’. The other is a new object, the camera, that you can make and use almost like a photo mode to use.
“The Burrows is a new dungeon that we will add to Appalachia on April 16,” says the original theme.
“In it, you will explore the system of tunnels under Harpers Ferry and you will face dangerous enemies while you try to complete the new mission Waste Management”. Bethesda also explains that before the war, The Burrows was a place for criminals and outlaws, but it ended up becoming a refuge for survivors after the nuclear bombing. Sometime later, the Brotherhood of Steel detected electronic anomalies and sent military forces to investigate. Nobody came back.
The mission that precedes this dungeon can only be completed once, but when we finish it, we can venture into the dungeon as many times as we want. The camera, on the other hand, will arrive at the end of the month. The first can be achieved by exploring the world, but then we can create and equip one as usual. From Bethesda explain that the camera is not as complete as a photo mode to use, but it will complement our Fallout 76 trip as if we were tourists and that will show information about the immortalized characters.