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If you’re questioning what’s going to occur to the Fallout 76 PTS (public test server) now that the Bethesda launcher is going away; it’s moving solely to Steam.
As a refresh, the Fallout 76 PTS was a spot the place, related to different PTS servers (usually in Blizzard video games or MMOs), gamers had been ready to test upcoming adjustments and submit suggestions. For a game like Fallout 76, it was invaluable to each followers and the event staff, because it had to claw its approach again into the public favor, and wanted a considerable amount of individuals to test out bugs and establish causation and potential fixes.
Previously, anybody with the Bethesda launcher was granted entry, alongside of some perks (like a PTS banner). The PTS was a perk itself, meant to level individuals towards the proprietary launcher, however plans might have modified with Microsoft now within the commander seat. The new period is going to be much more fruitful for the precise growth staff more than likely although; because the PTS is now accessible by anybody who has the game on Steam. It’s a fairly large win for everybody because it’s simpler to entry now on a extra common platform, and the builders will seemingly get extra knowledge.
Although the writer introduced the information not too long ago, I figured it was value a PSA, as a result of there’s an honest chunk of people that nonetheless play Fallout 76 right here. As a reminder, the full Fallout 76 transition FAQ can be found here, which solutions questions relating to the PTS, switch, and memberships.