Bethesda Details First Updates Coming to Fallout 76 Following Beta Feedback

Doris Richards
November 10, 2018

In a recent Reddit post, Bethesda commented on the changes it was looking to make before or for launch, as well as post-launch.

It's nearly time for Fallout 76 to officially launch. Once available, or shortly before, we'll be sure to post our patch notes that let you know when to expect it.

That said, an early Fallout 76 release confirms what Bethesda has been hinting at, you will need PlayStation Plus (PS Plus) to play the game.

Issues with social menu and inviting friends/making teams/etc. Numerous exploits found in the testing phase will also be fixed, alongside the implementation of a push-to-talk option for PC players. Previous games have not supported FOV sliders "as it is known to break a lot of animations and causes a lot of clipping to occur on screen", developers wrote. This issue will most likely be dealt with post-launch as Bethesda claims dealing with the stash size will "get easier over time". 'The stories you've been sharing, the feedback you've provided, and the issues you've made us aware of have been appreciated along this journey'. This issue has been addressed and will be in a future update so no more hungry dwellers.

These include invite issues, fixing the hunger gauge - which wasn't filling up properly during the beta - and tweaking audio so that players don't hear random gun shots.

However, the solution for the push-to-talk dilemma seems to be "we like it that way" and Stash Box size doesn't look like it will be unlimited.

Fallout 76 is the first full multiplayer Fallout game, operating a bit like GTA Online, or one of those other persistent, limited multiplayer sandboxes.

Fallout 76 launches on PS4, Xbox One and PC on 14 November, 2018.

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