Fallout 76 is receiving yet another patch which will fix a vast array of issues spanning across PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
Highlights of the update include improved stability performance across all consoles, lowering the weight of a bobby pin from 0.1 to 0.001, and lowering the XP provided by Glowing Ones. As it turns out, Glowing Ones were providing excessive amounts of XP due to them giving out Large Boss XP.
PVP will also be initiated once a player opens another player-owned container. A lot of fixes are being added to the Scorched. One such feature includes a nerf to the Wasteland Whisperer perk, which was able to pacify specific enemies. Wasteland Whisperer now does not allow Scorched to be pacified this way. You also cannot shoot their legs and expect their legs to break.
The cap limit has been raised to 25,000 caps during a trade. A bug that made your menu seem empty after trading with another player will be patched.
Once a player engages in PVP with another player, turrets within the player’s Workshop will engage as well.
The patch will be ready for consoles next week. The patch will be 4GB on the consoles and about 500MB on PC.
You can read the full patch notes here.
So, what do you think? How much is this patch worth to change anything about Fallout 76?