Pete Hines confirms that Fallout 76’s microstranactions are cosmetic only

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The existence of microtransactions in Fallout 76 have some gamers worried; you can’t be too cautious in this age of Star Wars Battlefront II controversies. But in a recent tweet, Bethesda’s Pete Hines assuaged fears that players who spend real money on the in-game currency will be at an advantage.

While Atoms–an in-game currency for Fallout 76–will be purchasable with real money, the items available to spend Atoms on will be purely cosmetic. Character improvements come via Perk Cards, which are by leveling up in the game. When asked if Perk Card packs can be purchased with real money, Hines tweeted that they’re only available upon leveling your character up.


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