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Fallout 76: Outlook for future updates and upgrades; the next patch will be released on November 19th


Bethesda Softworks has announced improvements and bug fixes for Fallout 76 this year. The next upgrade will be published on November 19, 2018 (Monday). It will focus on the performance and stability of the games on all platforms, but also on bug fixes in tasks, the user interface, C.A.M.P.s, etc. This update will be quite high compared to the next patches. "Regular updates will always be different in size, but future updates should be much smaller compared," he says.

The discrepancy (camp size: currently 400) will increase in the coming weeks. The current limitation has been created for "technical reasons" to limit the number of units "to monitor the game world". However, the increase is not expected to endanger stability, and therefore it will take time, tests and ideas.

The computer version will soon be powered by a push-to-talk feature, a 21: 9 ultrawide monitor support and a field-size slider. 21: 9 support and FOV sliders do not come long.

Next year, new vaults will be opened and easier ways of improving C.A.M.P.s will be realized. Team building should be encouraged. In addition to fracturing, PvP will be followed by many additional (free) enhancements based on player feedback.

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