The studio that adapted Rust to console will develop new adventures for Fallout 76. This has been announced by Double Eleven in a statement published on their website, in which they have revealed that they began talking with Bethesda in 2020. It will be this year when the new content is released, although they have not specifically specified what it consists of or when it will be released.
“At Double Eleven we have made a name for ourselves working with some of the largest developers and publishers in the world,” they recall. “We are excited to be able to publicly announce that we have recently begun working with Bethesda Game Studios. to create new challenges intended for Fallout 76 players.” According to the study, since the title’s launch in 2018, the product has allowed users to “explore the many wonders and challenges” of Appalachia.
“Is a privilege that they trust us to work on one of the most iconic sagas in the history of video games”, says Lee Hutchinson, CEO of Double Eleven. “The team we’ve assembled to work on Fallout 76 is passionate about the series, so collaborating with Bethesda is a dream come true.”
An expanding studio
The developer adds that so far they have loved “producing content for the video game. “From humble beginnings, our team is expanding while we plan to create more content for the future”, so they recommend taking a look for those who are looking for new job opportunities.
Fallout 76 got off to a rocky start when it launched in 2018. Bethesda, however, has continued to add free content on a regular basis, including The Wastlanders expansion. The game is available in PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC y Google Stadia. As if that were not enough, Xbox Game Pass subscribers have the opportunity to access the title at no additional cost. Recently, aliens made an appearance in the post-nuclear apocalypse.
Source | Double Eleven