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.
Datamining results were shared on Reddit by user ConfidenceCat. More than 50 Perk Cards have been revealed, including their effects and strengths on different tiers. Keep in mind that some of these cards probably won't make the final game as datamined files often reveal features that were unused in the final product for balancing or other, reasons know only to development teams.
The tactical Perk Card Storm Chaser can be used as an advantage when fighting enemies on stormy and rainy days. With this perk, players will gain health regeneration while outside during the rain or Rad Storms. Now, who wouldn't want to name their raiding party The Wet Bandits?
Fire in the hole also looks interesting. It adds a throwing arc when tossing grenades, petrol bombs or other types of throwable weapons, and they fly 15 to 50 per cent further depending on the perk tier.
Mysterious Stranger is a well know perk in Fallout series and it could be an interesting one in Fallout 76, because multiplayer. With this Perk, when using V.A.T.S a mysterious Stranger will appear to help you from time to time. Whether we get the help from an actual human player or NPC remains to be seen.
A card that looks kinda overpowered is Critical Banker. This Perk Card will allow you to save your critical hits and use them in V.A.T.S when needed. On Tier 3, banking a critical has a chance to save an additional critical hit. We see a quick nerf incoming for this one.
Datamined info is probably the least of Bethesda's worries right now with Fallout 76's beta enjoying a relatively negative response from the community. The game is littered with bugs and looks like a blurry mess when compared to Fallout 4. Pete Hines has even apologised to people who had to download the game two times. Hopefully, Bethesda turns this one around, but it's almost impossible to expect some big tweaks and changes considering the 14 November 2018 release date.
The full list of Fallout 76 data mined perks can be found here.