Fallout 76 has been on the down-low over the past few weeks, with what once were bombastic titles and intense critique seemingly settling down into silence. It is in that silence that Bethesda has prepared a brand new content update.
This latest update is not particularly big (about 500 MB), but it introduces almost too many changes and additions to keep track of. Universally, players are bound to be thrilled about performance and stability improvements, but for Fallout 76 patch notes January 29, keep reading.
What changes does Fallout 76 Patch V184.108.40.206 Make?
Fallout 76 Patch Notes v220.127.116.11 are a long read. A really, really long read. For the purpose of brevity, we've prepared a slightly truncated list of highlights for some of the most exciting changes this update has brought.
- performance and stability improvements to the Fallout 76 game client
- various perk and balancing changes
- can no longer auto-scrap loose weapon and armour mods
- carry weight now capped at 1,500 pounds over the character's max carry weight
- Recipes and Plans in Vendor inventories are no longer randomised, and is now based on player level instead
- additional structural Plans have been added to Vendors
- new Ultracite Power Armour added to the game, as part of Belly of the Beast
- reduced the amount of XP awarded per round of Monster Mash from 350 to 100
- fixed an issue in which some enemies could chase the player farther than intended, becoming frozen in place
- addressed several XP exploits by adding an upper limit to the max XP gained with a single kill
- The Scorched Earth event has received optimisation improvements
- using multiple Explosive Bobbleheads no longer causes their effects to stack
- fixed an issue preventing a player killed in water from correctly ending PvP post-respawn
- Rad Worms disease now correctly increased rad damage taken by 50%
- 'Invite to Team' option no longer appears for players who have already joined the team
- VATS now selects targets more consistently across different FOV values
There's lots more in tow, but if you'd like to get down-and-dirty with the full, unedited list of changes, you can find it at the official Bethesda Fallout 76 blog. Alternatively, why not take a look at what we know so far about the Fallout 76 PvP beta?