On Thursday, Bethesda announced that they're planning to shut down Fallout 76’s Vault 94, which was added in August 2018. In the following, you will be introduced with the related information.
The backstory for Vault 94 is that it was filled with peaceful gardening types, who had a rude awakening when the doors opened one year after the bombs fell. Everything we’ve seen about Vault 94 so far suggests that it’s now full of mutated plants, including the shot of the atrium above. Using materials and plans collected in the raid, players will be able to craft the Strangler Heart armor set that we’ve seen in preview screenshots since Bethesda announced Vault 94. Like everything from Vault 94, the Strangler Heart armor set is covered in leaves, and it’s probably a safe bet that “Strangler Heart” is a reference to something bad you’ll encounter during the raid.
There are three different missions inside Vault 94, each of which is active for a week before cycling on to the next. Each mission also have three difficulty modes, with better loot on higher difficulties. Said loot will involve plans for new power armor, and a unique resource called Vault 94 steel for crafting them.
News of the Vault’s closure was shared in Thursday’s Inside the Vault post where Bethesda announced its plans to shut down this Vault Raid. The studio explained its reasoning and said it’s been monitoring feedback and has come to the conclusion that the Vault must be closed.
“Last year, we were excited to open the door to Vault 94 and bring you repeatable high-level content in the form of Vault Raids,” Bethesda said. “Through community feedback we’ve received and our own monitoring since that time, we’ve decided that Vault 94 and its Missions are not delivering the quality of experience that we had hoped to provide. As a result, we are currently planning to shut down Vault 94 alongside the release of the Wastelanders update.”
While that update is still a little ways off, we wanted to give you early notice so that you still have plenty of time to complete some more Vault Missions if you so choose before we seal up Vault 94 indefinitely. When the Vault is disabled, we are planning to make all of its rewards, including the exclusive Power Armor sets and Vault Steel, achievable through other means. We don’t have information to share on how and where you will be able to earn those rewards right now. Be sure to keep an eye out for those details when Wastelanders arrives.
If you’re a Fallout 76 player who hasn’t completed the Vault 94 Raid yet or hasn’t gotten everything out of it that you’d like to, you have a while to do so since it won’t be shut down until the Wastelanders update releases. We still don’t know when that massive expansion is supposed to drop, but it’s “still a little ways off,” according to the developers.
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