Bethesda Are Letting Down Fallout Fans Again…

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In this article, we will be discussing how Bethesda continues to let down Fallout fans in there recent ‘Patch 11’ in Fallout 76. Bethesda now releases patches without fixing bugs. Very interesting…

Fallout 76

‘Patch 11’ was released for Fallout 76 the other day and to everyone’s surprise, they still haven’t fixed some of the major bugs. Despite the high amount of bugs that Bethesda has fixed in this patch; Fans are starting to produce their own list of bugs that need fixing. As a fellow gamer, I understand the frustration of paying £50 or more for a game that doesn’t work correctly. Some fans have suggested that Bethesda release several test/experiential servers for fans to play on first. This would allow them to report any bugs back straight to Bethesda which would then allow a complete patch to be released. 

Two of the biggest bugs/fixes that needed doing where: improvements to the new player experience at low levels, and fixes to a collection of power armor bugs are the source of several new player complaints.

Fallout 76 Patch Notes by BADCompanySarge

In this video it covers ‘Patch 11’ in Fallout 76. Be sure to check this amazing video out! It covers all the key points in ‘Patch 11’.

Fallout 76

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Fallout 76 – Official Trailer

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