Fallout 76’s The battle royale mode, called Nuclear Winter, will be permanently removed from the game in the upcoming September update, Bethesda announces through an official post. Bethesda said the reason behind the unexpected removal was its declining popularity with players.
This type of battle royale game is a relatively recent addition to the Fallout 76 Throw 52 players on a map where they must fight to survive in a nuclear wasteland. It follows many of the usual and staple tropes of the genre.
Bethesda says that this has led to sacrifices in game timeouts and difficulty in adding meaningful updates to the mode. Nuclear Winter players will receive a perk refund based on their Supervisor’s rank and ticket, and their Nuclear Winter reward will be added to Adventure mode.
Fallout 76 It’s not the only title to escape battle royale gameplay. Respawn Entertainment recently said they will be porting their popular game Apex Legends beyond royale standards. The game’s new Arenas mode is more suitable for games like Valuable substance and CounterStrike.
Amid news related to this genre, Battlefield 2042 There will also be no battle royale mode at launch, although many players expect one. Instead, the game is focusing on the classic team-based multiplayer due to lack of support Battlefield 5’s battle royale mode, called Firestorm.
After so many years, the battle royale bubble is very likely to emerge, with various developers and game studios leaving the genre due to the declining number of players.