Fallout 76 Gets Details on Next Major Patches; Bethesda Apologizes for Lack of Communication with Players

Fallout 76 Gets Details on Next Major Patches; Bethesda Apologizes for Lack of Communication with Players

After a rocky start to launch earlier this month, Bethesda Game Studios has outlined what to expect from Fallout 76's next two patches in December.

Since its debut two weeks ago, the launch of Fallout 76 has been seen as a bit of a mixed bag, as the game has seen numerous technical issues as players have tried to make their way through post-apocalyptic West Virginia, along with Bethesda Game Studios as a whole not giving much in the way of information on what to expect from the game moving foward. However, new updates from the studio have revealed a plan in place to take player critiques and put them towards improving the game’s performance in the future.

Over on the official Fallout 76 site (along with the game’s subreddit), Bethesda Game Studios provided a breakdown of the next major patches for the game, which are expected to arrive for all platforms on December 4 and 11.

Alongside a number of incremental fixes to the game, Bethesda addressed that major fixes such as an increased Stash limit, fixing a bug that kept players inside Power Armor, and more will be addressed with these next updates. For a full breakdown of what to expect from the two patches coming in December for Fallout 76, you can check out the patch notes here.

In addition to the patch notes for the next updates, Bethesda Game Studios also provided a statement on the Fallout 76 subreddit regarding the general lack of communication that the studio has provided in the weeks since the game’s debut by apologizing to fans and saying that the studio would “work to make a better bridge between you and the dev team at BGS.”

Fallout 76 is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. If you have yet to pick up a copy of the game, you can do that right now over on Amazon.


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