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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.
Fallout 76 Articles
Fallout 76 modders are already doing Bethesda's job
Modders have taken things in their own hands after a disappointing Fallout 76 release. The most popular mod at the moment is bringing improvements to messy UI by adding new tabs to inventory and showing the weight of each inventory category
Fallout 76 gets a 15GB patch on PC, 48GB on PS4 and Xbox One
Bethesda have rolled out the 1.0.1.x patch for Fallout 76 that weighs in at 48GB on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. PC users got off light with only 15 GB, all of which is apparently required to implement performance and stability improvements.
Fortnite outsold Hitman 2 on the week of the latter's release
You didn't read wrong and this is not a typo. Despite being a free to play game, Fortnite outsold Hitman 2 in the week of 12 November 2018. Technically, it's the Deep Freeze bundle that sold, since Fortnite is a free to play game.
Players crash Fallout 76 servers after triple nuke launch
Not even Bethesda's servers can survive a triple nuke explosion. A group of players learned that the hard way after they initiated a synchronised triple nuke launch that made the servers crash before they even reached the blast zone.
Spyro Reignited Trilogy deposes Red Dead Redemption 2
We'd normally say that Activision have pulled quite the feat dethroning Red Dead Redemption 2 in the UK, had there not been for the fact that Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!'s combined sales actually made it the winner.
Fallout 76 updates to add FOV slider and increased stash size
Bethesda will add FOV slider, increased stash size and push-to-talk option in new Fallout 76 updates which will roll out steadily until the end of the year. A new patch will go live on 19 November 2018 and will focus on stability issues.
Fallout 76 Power Armour glitch is turning players into Slendermen
Fallout 76 players are reporting a game-breaking, yet hilarious bug. Their power armour sets are disappearing while worn, which results in player models being warped into ungodly, naked creatures resembling the legendary Slenderman.
Fallout 76 is getting is getting review-bombed on Metacritic
Bethesda's online RPG has received a considerable number of negative reviews since the game's release. User rating on Metacritic currently stands at 2.8 for PlayStation 4 and 3.2 for PC as players call out Bethesda for a messy release.
Pete Hines explains why Fallout 76 won't have any vehicles
In a recent interview, Bethesda's Pete Hines has revealed why the company decided against throwing in vehicles into the Fallout 76 fray, claiming that they aimed for immersive storytelling where players experience the in-game world in full.
Fallout 76 get another Bethesda letter and global launch times
Bethesda have released another open letter for fans and revealed the exact launch hours globally. The letter mostly gives credits to whoever backed the Fallout 76 project and shines some light on the list of planned post-launch content.