Despite its cold premiere, Bethesda does not throw in the towel with Fallout 76. Already in the past E3 2019 confirmed new measures to be taken to improve the game, and during the last few days the first changes that will be made in the software in the mid-July patch. Apparently, the goal of the editor of The Elder Scrolls is none other than to make a friendly environment for players who come to Fallout 76 in the coming weeks.
Among the measures that will be taken for the patch July 11 is the increase in resistance to illness of players below level 15 and a significant saving in the cost of fast travel. New and better rewards will also be included for new players and a less violent environment once they leave the first game zone. Finally, the deterioration of food and beverages will be less strict.
New details are expected in the coming days. Fallout 76 was released on November 14 on PS4, Xbox One and PC. Although there will be changes soon, a big general face-lift is expected next, at which time NPCs will be included, among other things.
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