The studio that worked on Rust and Minecraft Dungeons will

The studio that worked on Rust and Minecraft Dungeons will help create content for Fallout 76

British studio Double Eleven, which worked on Rust and Minecraft Dungeons, announced that he will create content for Fallout 76 with Bethesda Game Studios.

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Double Eleven was founded in 2009 by former Rockstar Games Lee Hutchinson and Matt Shepcar. The studio primarily ported and supported third-party games to consoles. The team helped develop LittleBigPlanet for the PlayStation Vita in 2012, bringing Limbo to that system, as well as Goat Simulator, Rust, and Minecraft Dungeons to PlayStation and Xbox. The team also helped prepare the PC version of Crackdown 3.

The studios reportedly started talks in late 2020 and began collaborating shortly after. Since then, Double Eleven has created some new content for Fallout 76 (“fun challenge”), which will be available in the course of 2022. Further details will not be disclosed.

“We are honored to be working on one of the most iconic franchises in video game history. said Hutchinson, CEO of Double Eleven. — The team we’ve assembled for Fallout 76 is very passionate about the series. Working with Bethesda is a dream come true.”

In early March, Fallout 76 design director Mark Tucker said Bethesda Game Studios plans to spend at least five years developing the game. A funding plan for the next three years is currently being drawn up.

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In February, the developers presented a roadmap for 2022. On March 1, the seventh season ended and came out Invaders from Beyond update kicked off and launched with an event where players must save Appalachia from aliens eighth season entitled “Life is better underground!” (A Better Life Underground) with a new board and improvements for Fallout Worlds. The ninth season begins in summer and a gladiator arena with robots is created. The Season 10 Fall Update allows you to leave Appalachia for the first time and visit the Pitt Settlement from the Fallout 3 add-on.Winter brings Season 11 and the Nuka World Amusement Park Roadshow.

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Fallout 76 was released in November 2018 for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Despite the disastrous start, the game went on to become one of the most popular in the company’s history. Three years later, the project’s audience surpassed 11 million users across all platforms.


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