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Fallout 76: The free Wastelanders expansion deserves a second trip into West Virginia

To say I had low expectations for Fallout 76’s new Wastelanders expansion would be an understatement. My original Fallout 76 review was not kind, but at least ended on a hopeful note. “Maybe like Elder Scrolls Online, Bethesda can tease a decent game out of this foundation in a year or two,” I wrote. But as time went on, and as the controversies mounted, I became less and less convinced.

Still, when Wastelanders released in April, I figured I might as well give it a shot. After all, the expansion is free for anyone who owned the game, and…well, I owned the game. Why not, right? It’s not like there’s much releasing this spring.

And you know what? I’m glad I gave it a shot, because it’s surprisingly solid.

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