In 2019 Bethesda will continue to support Fallout 76. As we wrote recently, the game will receive a number of updates over the next 12 months, which will not only affect its stability, but will also add new content, including more Vaults and the ability to trade between players. According to Bethesda, the first one will be made available today on PC. Console players will have to wait until the beginning of next week. The patch is supposed to fix 150 bugs, especially those most often pointed out by the community.
Improvements are to focus largely on solving problems with quests, perks and weapons. It also aims to fight the abuses discovered by Bethesda.
Additionally, it is known that at the end of the month Fallout 76 will see one more major update, in which another portion of bugs will be fixed. It will improve the operation of legendary mods and perks, as well as the number of schematics sold by vendors.
Fallout Classic Collection now available
What’s more, each player who logged in to Fallout 76 in 2018 (on any platform) has already been given access to Fallout Classic Collection on PC. The set includes the first and second installments of the series and Fallout Tactics. In order to reclaim it, you’ll need to:
- Download Bethesda.net client from the company’s official website;
- Log in to your account;
- Download and install the game from the game library.
Just to remind you, Fallout 76 debuted on November 14, on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The game appeared on the market in a disastrous technical condition, which contributed to the extremely cold reception by the community and reviewers. In addition, there was a lot of controversy around the game, including the disappointing quality of some elements of the collector’s edition and the customer data leak.