Bethesda Softworks Reveals New "Fallout 76" Area On The Way

Bethesda Softworks published a new update this week, revealing a little more for a new area in Fallout 76 called the Watoga Underground. The entire area looks like abandoned parking garages and subway tunnels converted into makeshift cities. This sprawling "haven" will be added with the Wastelanders expansion comes to Fallout 76. In the meantime, here's some added info on it.

Bethesda Softworks Reveals New "Fallout 76" Area On The Way
Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Watoga, The City of the Future, envisions a bustling, walkable metropolis where the streets are clear of illegally parked automobiles, traffic and hit-and-run accidents. The city is built on top of a massive series of automated parking garage systems which allow citizens to drop off their cars and store them until they're needed again. The dozens of silos can store cars safe and secure, out of sight and out of mind!

You may have seen the garage entrances scattered throughout Watoga. It's a simple process to pick up or drop off your car – just enter your personal ID at one of the many conveniently located terminals and the system will do the rest. You can also order up maintenance or detailing, and even buy a new car without ever talking to a salesman! Of course, these services are no longer available to the citizens of post-apocalyptic Appalachia, but it's nice to imagine how things used to be.

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