Fallout 76: Steel Dawn Expansion Released A Week Early
Due to an oversight, the Steel Dawn update for Fallout 76 was initially released too early on the Xbox One. Because of this faux pas, the developers decided to make this available on all platforms.
Originally, Steel Dawn, the latest expansion for the online action role-playing game Fallout 76, should have been released on December 1, 2020. However, due to an oversight, the corresponding update was made available a little early on the Xbox One.
For this reason, the developers at Bethesda Game Studios decided to release Steel Dawn expansion with immediate effect and thus a few days earlier than originally planned on the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
Before you can start, however, you will first have a comprehensive update that brings it to a download size of around 15 GB on the PlayStation 4. As the name of the new expansion suggests, the Brotherhood of Steel paves the way into the world of Fallout 76.
Today we're releasing our Steel Dawn update for #Fallout76 ahead of schedule! You will be able to experience the all-new Steel Dawn questline, your very own C.A.M.P. Shelter, and more!
— Bethesda Game Studios (@BethesdaStudios) November 24, 2020
According to official information, the new expansion of Fallout 76 gives you the opportunity to get to the bottom of the story of the Brotherhood of Steel and to support them in their missions. New customization options for your camp, exclusive equipment, and other innovations are also promised.
You can find all further details about the Steel Dawn update of Fallout 76 on the official website.