Fallout 76 update 1.58 (Oct 18, 2021) is now available to download on PS4, PC, and Xbox One is now available for players. According to Fallout 76 1.58 patch notes, the latest update added a new Halloween and Bombs Drop event that’s bringing Spooky Scorched and trick-or-treating to the Wasteland. Apart from this, FO76 patch version 1.58 also includes various bug fixes and changes.

Previously, a big update added creature balance adjustments for One Wasteland and a few bug fixes.

Unfortunately, since the last patch, players are reporting several issues while playing the game online. Today’s Fallout 76 version 1.58 will resolve a few of these issues. Check out more details below.

Fallout 76 1.58 Patch Notes – October 19, 2021

TAKE DOWN THE SPOOKY SCORCHED

Though the Scorched have lost much of what once made them human, it seems they’ve managed to retain some semblance of fondness for certain holidays. In fact, as Halloween approaches, they’re wriggling into creepy costumes and have even begun collecting sweet treats they’ve stumbled upon. From October 19 – November 2, you’ll occasionally run into these “Spooky Scorched” during your adventures in Appalachia. Each one will spawn as legendary, and taking them down will net you with a legendary item and a piece of Mystery Candy. You’ll also receive a Spooky Treat Bag, which you can open to receive rewards like consumables, ammo, and even a chance at some Halloween themed loot!

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If you’ve got a sweet tooth, the Mystery Candy you’ll get from Spooky Scorched may seem enticing in the moment—especially because eating it will grant you with one of five random special buffs. However, you may want to bring a few pieces back to your C.A.M.P. for any visitors who stop by during the next couple of weeks…

TRICK OR TREAT!

Before the bombs fell, there was nothing quite like dressing up as your favorite comic book hero, storybook princess, or gruesome monster on Halloween, and going door-to-door with your closest friends on the hunt for some delicious sweets. This year, you can recapture some of that magic by raiding your wardrobe for a costume and trick-or-treating your way around Appalachia!

Starting October 19, everyone will be able to claim a free Spooky Candy Bowl from the Atomic Shop, place it in their C.A.M.P.s, and fill it with Mystery Candy they’ve collected from Spooky Scorched or purchased from train station vendors. Until November 2, all Dwellers will receive Daily Challenges to trick or treat at others’ C.A.M.P.s, as well as Daily and Weekly Challenges to hand out treats from their Spooky Candy Bowls. Each of these Daily Challenges that you complete will grant you one of several possible rewards, like a consumable item, Perk Card Pack, Lunchbox, Repair Kit, or some S.C.O.R.E. Additionally, Weekly Challenges to give candy to trick-or-treaters can award you S.C.O.R.E., rare crafting materials, or even Halloween costumes. If you manage to complete both Weekly Challenges, you’ll also receive the new Popcorn Machine that you can build in your Appalachian abode.

Remember to transform your home into a horrifying haunted house that will give your visitors a scare, and be sure to place your Spooky Candy Bowl where others can easily find it. Don’t worry about folks snatching all of your sweets in one go, either. Each Dweller will be limited to one piece of candy from your bowl per hour. Finally, just like in real life, you’ll need to be in costume in order to trick or treat successfully, so be sure to wear your most festive apparel when visiting others’ C.A.M.P.s.

JOIN THE BOMBS DROP FESTIVITIES!

Though a sugar-fueled Halloween is looming just around the corner, there is another important occasion that we remember at this time each year. Bombs Drop Day is a grim reminder of how the world changed forever on October 23. However, it’s also a cause for celebration, because despite the odds, you’re surviving, thriving, and making post-apocalyptic Appalachia your own. Join us in commemorating Bombs Drop Day with sales on Fallout 76 and Atoms, as well as several upcoming weekend events.

Bug Fixes

  • Addressed an issue that can cause Challenges to automatically complete near the daily reset time.
  • Fixed various client crashes.
  • Added stability fixes.
  • Added performance improvements.
  • Other minor bug fixes.

Download free Fallout 76 version 1.58 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.

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