Fallout 76 players are still hard at work urging Bethesda to improve the game's sorry state. This time the complaints are aimed at the multiplayer survival experiment's paltry endgame, on top of the already glaring basic functionality woes.
Fallout 76 players have apparently already chewed through the entirety of the game's content and are now asking Bethesda where to look for more endgame busy-work.
"After about 60 or 70 it becomes farming springs and multiple star legendary mobs. However, there is not a max level area to funnel all the players to that has a constant legendary spawn rate and events that cater to the stronger players. Right now end game is essentially server hopping to farm mobs," Reddit user ambiotic complained.
He was, of course, instantly hit by comments explaining that Bethesda should probably focus on fixing the buggy and broken everything else in the game, and leave the endgame content drip-feed for a time when features wouldn't arrive onto a flimsy foundation.
"It's tricky. For the people at end game, they have put up with the bugs and now have nothing to do. You can fix the bugs, which is nice, but they still have nothing to do," redditor Thermoplug pointed out.
Bethesda are apparently still silent on the entire matter, but they more than likely have their hands full with what can now already be described as serious customer backlash for a product almost universally bashed by critics and even long-time fans of the franchise.
It just works to show that Bethesda's panic-mode measures, such as discounting the game heavily so soon after release, may only help the paid-beta-posing-as-1.0 game get a people on board. Keeping those same people happy in the long run is an entirely different matter.