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Fallout 76 is a survival game that takes place just 25 years after the bombs fell. It was a disaster at launch and easily the biggest stain on Bethesda's track record.
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Bethesda might use Creation Engine in games after Fallout 76
Todd Howard has recently confirmed that Bethesda is looking to use and further modify Creation Engine for games coming after Fallout 76. This sets a disturbing precedent, as this means TES 6 and Starfield will use an outdated engine.
Fallout 76 file size is huge and Day One patch is even bigger
Fallout 76 will take up a total of 96.6 GB of your disk space after day one patch is applied. The file size seems ridiculous, but it is also kind of funny since the base game is actually smaller than the day one patch. Even Rick can't help.
Top five games you should not miss out on this November
After a brilliant October, another batch of fantastic titles will be released in November as well. From the remastering of Spyro, all the way to the open wastelands of Bethesda's Fallout 76 - these are the games you need to play this month.
Fallout 76 frame rate is capped at 63 FPS to prevent speed hacks
Bethesda have decided to remove players' ability to move at abnormal speeds by limiting the frame rate to 63 frames per second. They have also fixed the FOV but options for ultra wide monitors still work, even though they are not official.
Fallout 76 will seemingly has massive hacking problems
Players have been reporting hackers all over the place in Fallout 76 but Bethesda have dismissed their claims. They might just have some merit though as hacking is not really hard to pull of for the moment, but is expected to be patched.
Fallout 76 gets 30 GB patch ahead of final beta sessions
More Fallout 76 beta sessions are coming this week but before that, a huge 30 GB patch has been released, fixing some existing stability and performance issues. Final beta tests ahead of release will be available today and Thursday.
Hines: Bethesda want Fallout 76 to be like WoW and last forever
Bethesda's Pete Hines has reiterated that the company wants Fallout 76 to last forever, adding that nobody makes a game expecting it to last a certain period. According to Hines, you make it for the ages, just like Blizzard did with WoW.
Fallout 76 receives several mods, just hours into the PC beta
Bethesda may not support mods for Fallout 76, but that hasn't stopped the modding community from making them. Just hours after Fallout 76 beta launch on PC, mods are popping up left and right on Nexus Mods, although they are minor in scale.
Datamining reveals a huge list of Fallout 76 Perk Cards
For some, Fallout 76 beta was an opportunity to check out and test the game, have some fun and decide if the pre-order was worth it. But not for dataminers from Reddit who shared a huge list of Perk Cards from Bethesda's upcoming title.
Pete Hines apologises for Fallout 76 bugs and promises more
Speaking in a recent live stream, Bethesda's Pete Hines reflected on how Fallout 76's beta was coming along, initially saying that it's fine before correcting himself by saying that's what betas are for. For erasing your data, sure.