Fallout 76 Road Map Hints of a Better Reclamation Day to Come

Fallout 76 Road Map Hints of a Better Reclamation Day to Come

Fallout 76 Road Map Hints of a Better Reclamation Day to Come

"We've brought #Fallout76 offline for scheduled maintenance", announced the developers on Twitter. "Please stay tuned for updates!"

Fallout 76 fans are now unable to play the game online. Bethesda shared the exact timing on when they are going to start deploying the Fallout 76 November 19 Patch earlier today.

Though the stash box weight limit stands at 400, which sounds like a pretty high number, many players are finding that it simply isn't enough, particularly when a bottomless well of junk is required for those diving into the online RPG's base-building mechanics.

Siya Kolisi escapes punishment for deliberate headbutt on Peter Horne
Asked where the result leaves Scotland, the Clermont Auvergne scrum-half replied: "I honestly believe we are right up there". Despite the win for South Africa, one serious talking point was Siya Kolisi's headbutt on a grounded opponent.

Blueprints: Fixed an issue that could cause Blueprints to break into smaller parts after logging out and back in Fallout 76. This is the update that Bethesda says will improve the game's performance, so let's hope that the near constant stuttering and ridiculously low frame rates are eradicated with it installed.

This first patch will focus primarily on game performance and stability on all platforms, and will also come with a list of fixes to quests, UI, C.A.M.P.s, and more that will be detailed with full patch notes next week. We were already informed by the development team via the game's official website that today's patch is going to be a big one in terms of its size and fixes. The limit is now in place for technical reasons, Bethesda said, but it has short-term and long-term plans for improvement. "We believe we have some ideas in both the short- and long-term that will address the size without risking stability, but this is one we need to take our time on to make sure it is done right". This feature will be added in the coming weeks.

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