Fallout 76: The Legendary Run isn't so legendary

July 10, 2020 1 min read

Fallout 76 is a game with multiple currencies and an established endgame grind for those currencies including Gold Bullion, Scrip, Atoms, and Caps. Well, Bethesda has introduced a whole other grind and currency to go along with it in the form of its very first "season." Introduced with update 20 on June 30, Season 1takes the Fallout 76 meta and progression into not-new and not-at-all-exciting territories.

You'll immediately notice The Legendary Run on the main menu when you start up Fallout 76. Once clicked, it'll bring up a mock game board that also acts as the roadmap for progression. You can click on various places on the board to see what awards are available (which we'll get into later).

Progression is spread across 100 ranks, each of which requires a set amount of "SCORE," the new currency used exclusively for ranking up. Each rank you achieve adds 25 more to the required amount for the next rank. So, for example, rank 2 requires 1025, rank 3 requires 1050, and so on.

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