Fallout 76: Double Eleven collaborates with Bethesda to create new content

Fallout 76 still has a long way ahead, as far as additions, expansions and new content is concerned, and for this reason Bethesda has decided to start a collaboration with the Double Eleven team, to be applied precisely to the creation of new game elements for the post-apocalyptic MMORPG.

There’s still no exact information about what will be released in the coming months, but it’s clear that Fallout 76 still has some pretty intense seasons ahead, despite having been out for about four years.

Based on what the team reported, it seems that the agreements have already begun some time ago, with a first approach dating back to 2020, so it is likely that Double Eleven already has a considerable knowledge of the subject and has already taken part in the development of some of the latest expansions.

Considering the various projects that are meanwhile going on within the Bethesda group, this collaboration probably has a considerable strategic value for the company, since it should free up some resources to carry on the development of the other games, entrusting Double Eleven with a good part of the support operations and development of new content for Fallout 76, although obviously it is not a total handover.

“It’s a privilege to receive this trust and to be able to work on one of the most iconic franchises in video game history,” said Lee Hutchinson, CEO of Double Eleven. “The team we put together to work on Fallout 76 is so passionate about the series, that working with Bethesda is practically a dream come true.”

In recent days, Bethesda has announced three special events on the Public Test Servers for Fallout 76, while the deal with Double Eleven likely falls within the roadmap established for the next 5 years.