The Elder Scrolls Online will be heading to Japan on November 15 for Xbox and PlayStation, and will be fully localized. This launch includes the MMORPG's newest release, Necrom.
For Fallout 76 there's a big two-part update headed to the survival game. Fallout 76: Atlantic City will take players to new, never-before-seen locations in the Fallout universe. The first part, Atlantic City: Boardwalk Paradise, launches on December 5 on all platforms. It will feature a casino for players to try their luck, as well as new factions, creatures, and an Expedition featuring two missions and rewards. The second part of the update will be titled America's Playground, but no launch date was given.
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