Welcome back to Inside the Vault! This week, we’re sharing details with you on a bundle of in-game items that you can unlock by linking your Bethesda.net and Twitch Prime Gaming accounts. We’ve also got reminders about Free Play Week, Bombs Drop Day events, and Halloween festivities that you can take part in. Read on to catch all the info so that you don’t miss out on any of the action.
CLAIM THE SURVIVAL BUNDLE WITH TWITCH PRIME!
If you’ve got Twitch Prime Gaming you can fill your trick or treat bag with some extra goodies in Fallout 76 this year, just in time for Halloween! From now until December 31, you can link your Bethesda.net and Prime accounts to claim the Survival Bundle, which includes a variety of items that will aid you in your adventures around Appalachia. Here’s the full list of the items you’ll receive when you claim the bundle:
- Red Steel Crusader Pistol Paint
- Brotherhood of Steel Wallpaper
- Mr. Fuzzy Backpack
Be sure to head here for more information and to learn how you can link your Bethesda.net and Prime accounts. Enjoy your new gear, and be sure to keep your eye out for another round of supplies a little later this year, which will include Lunchboxes, Scrap and Repair Kits, and more.
FREE PLAY WEEK & BOMBS DROP EVENTS
Whether you’ve been looking to brave the wilds of Appalachia on your own, or with a few of your closest friends, there’s never been a better time to jump into Fallout 76 than right now. Until October 25, anyone and everyone can head into the Wasteland to experience the entire game completely for free. In addition, Fallout 76 is on sale for the next few days, so if you decide to buy the game after giving it a try, you’ll be able to pick up right where you left of with your characters during Free Play Week.
This weekend, the Bombs Drop festivities continue in-game with a trio of events that will begin just a little later today. Until 12:00 p.m. ET on October 25, you can turn in any unwanted legendary items you find using Legendary Exchange Machines at train stations to get up to double the usual daily amount of Legendary Scrip. Once your pockets are overflowing with Scrip, head on over to Purveyor Murmrgh’s shop at the Rusty Pick in the Ash Heap to get 50% off legendary weapons and armor. Then, for those dauntless adventurers among you who are looking to test your mettle, we’re also running a Daily Ops Double Mutation Weekend. For the next few days, the enemies you encounter in Daily Ops will be twice as threatening, but you’ll also earn bonus rewards during your Ops runs.
SPOOKY SCORCHED AND TRICK OR TREATING
In case you missed it, the latest Fallout 76 patch brought a ghastly chill to the Wasteland with our Spooky Scorched and Trick-or-Treating events. Until November 2, you can hunt down costumed Scorched throughout Appalachia to loot Mystery Candy, Spooky Treat Bags, and of course, legendary items. Track down Scorched at some of their usual haunts, keep an ear out for their spine-tingling sounds, and you’re bound to find at least a few who are dressed up for Halloween.
In addition, C.A.M.P.s that feature a pumpkin icon on the map are welcoming sweet-toothed trick-or-treaters who are in search of some candy. Grab a costume and round up a few friends to do some trick-or-treating this year by collecting Mystery Candy from Spooky Candy Bowls at other Dwellers’ haunted houses. You can also invite trick-or-treaters to your C.A.M.P. by claiming a free Spooky Candy Bowl of your own from the Atomic Shop, and then filling it with Mystery Candy that you’ve collected from Spooky Scorched or train station vendors. Whenever you trick-or-treat or give out candy to trick-or-treaters, you’ll earn progress toward Halloween-themed Challenges, which you can complete to earn rewards until November 2.
Until next time, we’ll see you in Appalachia.