Fallout 76 Devs Tease New Features Including PvP Mode, Player Vending & More

Fallout 76 Devs Tease New Features Including PvP Mode Player Vending & More

Fallout 76 Devs Tease New Features Including PvP Mode Player Vending & More

On the 1st January 2019, Bethesda achieved complete nuclear disarmament in Fallout 76- disabling nuclear silos and preventing players from launching nukes.

Check out the full post on the Fallout 76 / Bethesda blog.

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The update is planned for later this month. The post confirms that the much-requested player vending functionality is on the way, along with a new PvP mode, new vaults, and new in-game events.

Fallout 76 players noticed something odd with nuke codes this week. Variety's review of the game stated that it "mingles many disconnected elements to create one shoddy, vague whole". From being released in an unacceptable and buggy state to misleading consumers about the bag included in the Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition to falsely advertising discounts on Christmas items that had never been available beforehand, nearly every week of 2018 since the game's launch has been filled to the brim with complaints on a variety of bad issues. That update, released December 11, had several stability improvements, added push-to-talk, and other tweaks. The publisher explains that they have a "big update" coming soon that will "address numerous issues [players] have been providing feedback on, with notes to come soon".

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