Bethesda is introducing a new summer event to Fallout 76 that’s all about collecting meat for one of the game’s few non-robot NPCs and helping him grill it up. It sounds like some lighthearted fun, even though the excitement to hang out with a Super Mutant and cook meat is tempered by a series of bugs introduced by the most recent patch. Bethesda’s latest Inside the Vault announcement goes into both of these issues, and gives some details on how players can earn cookout-themed cosmetics. Patch 11 was one of the regular content rollouts that have started since Wild Appalachia, the first Fallout 76 content update. However, this new patch ended up causing issues, including power armor bugs and a lack of legendary drops. A hotfix is being released that prevents the lack of legendary drops, and a further fix will be instituted to ensure that the correct creatures are marked as legendary. Bethesda is also addressing “reports from some players who stated that … [Read more...] about Fallout 76’s next big event is all about getting that meat
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Bethesda games are known for being buggy at launch, but Fallout 76 is being regularly updated; it should be getting better with time. And sure, yesterday’s update makes a number of welcome changes, like improving the experience for new players. But fans also say that the 11th patch seems to break just as many things as it fixes. Players say they’re farming legendary enemies for ages without a single legendary drop. Fans are also reporting that there is now an area in Whitesprings that will automatically kill you. There’s a strange bug that will behead your character when you step out of Power Armor, shown below: Actually, there seem to be a number of Power Armor-related issues, such as game freezes, players getting stuck inside the armor, and gear that is perpetually unequipped for some reason. These are just highlights; players are compiling a wider list of issues over on Reddit. The problems are bad enough that the tone of the overall community feels … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 players say big new patch is a mess
That’s the way Fallout tells it. But money didn’t stop changing just because the world ended. Nope – since Bethesda took over the series, the economy of the Fallout games has been in a near-constant and fascinating state of flux. While caps existed in Black Isle’s Fallout, their role was to facilitate the direct trade of items – making up the difference between the relative value of, say, a batch of stimpaks and a flamer. But bartering took a back seat in Fallout 3 simply because of the sheer number of items in its world. Bethesda’s habit of decorating every scene with grabbable physics objects meant that, with enough junk in your pockets, it became possible to hoard caps in huge quantities. By the sequel, you could use your savings to buy property in Diamond City. But something else shifted in Fallout 4. This was the game that introduced Minecraft-style building mechanics to the series. Suddenly, every item was a resource that could be broken down … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 has brought radical economic change to the wasteland
The GameRevolution editorial team has shared their thoughts on the matter, and you can share your own opinions in the comments section below. As always, we’ll feature our favorite. Paul Tamburro, executive editor: “Fallout 76 is a multiplayer Fallout game that a lot of people are going to try to play as a single-player game. For that reason, I think the general consensus is going to be massively divided on this one. I’m reasonably interested in it as it’s been a while since I’ve played an extensive co-op game, but I’m not expecting to be blown away.” Jason Faulkner, senior editor: “I was until I saw the Rick and Morty stream and now I’m just more sad for it than anything.” Mack Ashworth, lead editor: “I don’t think it’s possible to be hyped for Fallout 76. I’m a big fan of the franchise, but disastrous marketing fails combined with the shoddy beta experience has left … [Read more...] about Tell GR: Are You Excited For Fallout 76?
The Fallout 76 release date will be November 14, 2018, but before that there's a Fallout 76 beta you can sign up for by pre-ordering. And, if you are thinking about getting the game, then you'll definitely want to check out the Fallout 76 Power Armor edition, a special collector's edition that comes with a working Brotherhood of Steel helmet (and by working I mean voice changing speaker and torch, don't try taking any blows to the head with that thing). Here's everything we currently know about the game from the map to how the online gameplay will work, and plenty more. Fallout 76 release date is November 14, 2018The current Fallout 76 release date is November 14, barring any delays (God forbid). That's no doubt earlier then a lot of us were expecting, and there's a beta between now and then too. That means we're only six months out from the full Fallout 76 release date and likely 4-5 until the beta. The Fallout 76 beta sign up is available via pre ordering There's … [Read more...] about Fallout 76 release date, gameplay and multiplayer details, beta, Power Armor Edition and everything you need to know