The Fallout 76 beta is getting 30GB worth of patching

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"Forever." He went on to compare Fallout 76 to World of Warcraft, an online-only game that has been up and running since it launched November 23, 2004, nearly 14 years at this point. According to modders, surprisingly little has changed under the hood since Fallout 4, allowing basic changes to be made with the regular Fallout 4 mod toolkit. The notes say: "Launching a Nuke will now complete the "I Am Become Death" Quest for all teammates".

The release of Fallout 76 is shaping up to be one of the biggest releases of 2018.

We recently reported that players are already modding the online RPG Fallout 76, and while that means players are adding features and new gameplay elements, it appears there may be some negative consequences too, with the game reportedly making it easy for hackers to cheat, and even access other players' PCs. Where previously you could go into the game's.ini file to edit these values, that now has no effect.

"Many of the claims in the thread are either inaccurate or based on incorrect assumptions". The game is due out on November 14th, with only a few more public beta sessions planned between now and then.

"The community has however called to attention several issues that our teams are already actively tracking and planning to roll out fixes for", the rest of their statement read. It has always been that way, and Bethesda has proven its worth in the eyes of the players. The game could become a huge financial disaster for Bethesda (very unlikely).

Stability: The Fallout 76 game client and servers have received significant stability improvements. The company recently put out a 30 GB patch ahead of the next round of beta periods that brought about bug fixes and balance changes, but contains no fixes as far as the issues brought up by teetharejustdone are concerned. "But I assure you it is not on our radar right now as we focus on B.E.T.A. and Launch". Bethesda wants support for Fallout 76 to be "never-ending".

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