Over the last few hours, the vice president of Bethesda, Pete Hines, provided an overview of how to use microtransactions within Fallout 76, the new company title coming up next month.

Hines, on the occasion of PAX Australia, it would have encouraged players all over the world by declaring that microtransactions will not be a classic system pay-to-win, but will serve only and exclusively in case you want to buy aesthetic embellishments. In addition to that, Hines himself said that all additional content for Fallout 76 that will be released in the next few months will be downloadable completely free of all players, unlike previous Fallout 4 and Fallout 3 titles, which offered content for a fee.

Recall that Fallout 76 will be available from next 14 November, respectively for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.