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Fallout 76 Latest Update Includes New Dungeon And In-Game Camera Item On April 16th 2019

  A lot of Fallout 76 fans may already know that on April 16th, 2019, Bethesda would introduce a camera as an in-game item, and now Bethesda has revealed more information regarding the latest content for Fallout 76, which includes not only the addition of the in-game camera but also a new dungeon in the form of "The Burrows".


  The latest Fallout 76 update arrives later this week. And as you know, the Burrows was initially a drainage system for Harpers Ferry, but it quickly becomes home for survivors after the bombs fell in the Fallout universe. Together with the new dungeon here comes a new quest, which is called The Burrows' Waste Management, where as you'd expect, you will be entering into The Burrows to do some "maintenance" with the enemies contained therein. There is one thing that Fallout 76 players should aware that The Burrow has been designed for two or more Fallout 76 players at level 50 or above, so you'd better bring a friend along to get the most out of it.

  As for the camera in Fallout 76, you will need to find the dead tourist who is holding the camera, which leads to a quest that will have you finishing a list of specific snapshots. Once you got a camera, then you will be able to craft new Fallout 76 cameras, as well as Fallout 76 mod them with extras—lenses. And any photos you take with the Fallout 76 camera will be saved to your photo mode gallery. Always keep in mind that the camera is also can be tradeable, you can get a lot of Fallout 76 vendor caps by selling it to them.

  Good news is The Burrows is due out April 16th, 2019, which was also supposed to be the date for the in-game camera. But, Bethesda has pushed back the date for the latter one in order to further tweak things.

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