Bethesda just released it’s largest patch yet for Fallout 76 and it appears they’re ready to add a new vendor next week. The team was going to initially release the NPC on May 23rd, but have managed to push the date up to Thursday, May 16th.
This “legendary” vendor, known as the Purveyor, is more for seasoned players of Fallout 76. She is a Mole Miner and, the first of her kind to surface, will be selling legendary weapons and armor only. Trading with her requires Legendary Scrip, which you acquire by breaking down legendary items.
She’s be located at the previously abandoned Train Station in Berkeley Springs. The Purveyor has a vast collection of legendary items, including armor and melee or ranged weapons. You can also pick whether your item will have one, two, or three legendary attributes. However, all items will receive random attributes upon purchase. Legendary Scrip prices vary based on the type of item and star-rating you select.
If you haven’t had the chance to visit any of the Legendary Exchange Machines, don’t fret, they’re not going anywhere. They are available for use right now.
Patch 9.5 Coming Later This Month
Bethesda also mentioned an update arriving to Fallout 76 on May 21st. It includes bug fixes and will be bringing a new repeatable event to the game, called Project Paradise. More details about this event will be available next week.
Patch 9.5 will not include the C.A.M.P. display cases. It seems they’re not completely confident it’s ready for release, stating their “working to ensure this feature will provide the best experience possible.”