Fallout 76 has been blasted so far in every conceivable way, it would seem, with some going so far as to seek legal repercussions against Bethesda for the manner in which they've seen fit to release the game. That said, they're not deaf to the criticism...
In fact, Bethesda has apologised about the current state of Fallout 76, and offered not only insight into what the next updates will bring to alleviate its issues, but also a promise to be more communicative about the development moving forward.
The apology in question has come via Reddit, as many news do these days, and includes a substantial, and rather in-depth post on what the future holds for Fallout 76. To keep things short, expect a terrain bulldoze feature, stash limit increase, bug fixing, performance optimisations, and more, with many of these improvements coming next week.
"We know you’re frustrated and angry at the state of things right now, whether it’s the issues you’re running into in the game, or the lack of communication about fixes, updates, or news,"says the Bethesda representative. "Our goal moving forward is to definitely be more communicative no matter what, and we hope we continue to improve."
If nothing else, the people at Bethesda definitely do seem to have a plan to push the game forward, and maybe even turn it into something along the lines of a finished product, but for that sort of faith, we'll need a bit more than some bugfixing and a promise to do better in the future...