Bethesda has decided to go the “season” route with Fallout 76 and will be kicking off Season 1 today, June 30. The first season will allow players to unlock special rewards by earning SCORE points and working their way through a 100 tier reward pass. In this guide, we are going to go over the Fallout 76 Season 1 time frame, rewards, and more.

How Long Is Fallout 76 Season 1?

Fallout 76 Season 1 kicked off on June 30 and will run through mid-September according to Bethesda. During the inaugural season, players will be able to work their way to a game board as they earn SCORE points by completing daily and weekly challenges. 

How Much Is Fallout 76 Season 1?

All of the content in Fallout 76 Season 1 will be free to all players who own the game. This includes all of the challenges, events, and rewards that will be released during the season. That being said, players who choose to purchase Atoms, the game's premium currency, will be able to rank up one tier in the season pass in exchange for 150 Atoms. That being said, this option won’t be available until the season has been available for two weeks. 

Fallout 76 Season 1 Rewards

While not calling it a battle pass, Bethesda has shared that players will be able to earn rewards while working their way through a 100 tier game board, with each tier containing different prizes for players. There are tons of rewards to collect, but some of the first few include a Vault-Tech supply package, an ammo converter, and a ghillie wood armor paint. Additionally, players that make it to tier 100 will receive a pretty cool looking Captain Cosmos paint and jetpack, among other things. If you’d like to see a full list of rewards, you can find it on the official Fallout 76 website. 

It’s worth noting that this is the first season for Fallout 76, so things are likely to be changed and tweaked as the weeks go on. However, as it stands now, it’s free to play for every vault dweller, so be sure to hop in and check it out if you’re interested. The game started out with a bit of a rocky launch, with lots of players feeling misled by some of Bethesda’s promises. However, since launch, the development team has worked hard to improve the game, listen to the community, and make the latest Fallout installment an enjoyable one.

If you’ve been away from the game for a while and are getting ready to hop back in for Fallout 76 Season 1, you might need a bit of a refresher. In the links below, you’ll find some of our guides that should help you survive the nuclear wasteland.

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