Bethesda has today released a brand new hotfix for Fallout 76 players today (September, 29, 2020).
If you're reading this and unable to get to your console or PC, don't worry. You're not missing out on any new content.
According to the developer, this new update is intended to simply make a few balance adjustments to mid-game creatures following the 'One Wasteland' update, as well some important bug fixes.
So, not very exciting, but important none the less.
The latest update to the game brings Fallout 76 up to version '220.127.116.11' on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Though the download sizes for the game do vary significantly between PC and console players.
The download should take up roughly 1.28 GB on PS4, 1.19 GB on Xbox One and between 24.7 MB to 85.3 MB on PC depending on the launcher you use.
Fallout 76 is currently undergoing maintenance on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, but should be back onlinepretty soon.
For now, you might as well take a gander at the games latest patch notes, which detail all the important changes to the game.
FALLOUT 76 - PATCH NOTES – SEPTEMBER 29, 2020
Creature Balance: Based on community feedback, we’ve implemented some balance tuning adjustments for a variety of mid-level creatures to help smooth out the difficulty curve on the path to reaching character level 50.For additional details and our reasoning behind these changes, please read our most recent Inside the Vault article on Fallout.com.
- PVP: Fixed an issue that could allow players to bypass the rules of PVP to kill neutral players.
- Weight Bench: The +2 Strength bonus offered by the Weight Bench no longer stacks repeatedly, and subsequent uses of the Weight Bench correctly refresh the buff’s duration. The Weight Bench has now been re-enabled, and you can once again use it to pump some iron.
- Scoreboard: Implemented additional preview images for the Armor Ace Bundle, which can be viewed by selecting Rank 100 on the Armor Ace Scoreboard.