Fallout 76 mods will crown the game even further

Fallout 76 Beta Extended

Fallout 76 Beta Extended

The design incorporates a radioactive Vault Boy, who's gone too long without his RadAway, and several elements from both 76 franchises. Senior VP of PR and Marketing Pete Hines seems to promise that the game will live "forever", although his definition is open to interpretation. The latest Fallout 76 patch weighs in at 36GB on PS4.

Bethesda and Microsoft also took over the 76ers stadium during their game against the Detroid Pistons with Vault jumpsuits, lots of Xbox and Fallout advertisements, and Fallout 76 custom jerseys and player kits.

During this years' E3 conference, Bethesda Games Studios Director and Executive Producer Todd Howard explained that modding support would not be available until after the game had launched.

Fallout 76 release is around the corner and we are learning new things about the game as we get close to launch.

While it's hard to say for sure which of the claims are valid, we do know that Fallout 76's similarity with Fallout 4 is causing a range of unforeseen problems on PC. "I seriously doubt it".

Furthermore, teetharejustdone said "there are no server checks to verify models or file integrity", and that many other checks are purely client side. "We're going to keep going as long as people keep playing it and it shows no sign of slowing down", he insists before later reassuring, "I have nothing to look at that says it's not going to be up forever". In a single-player game this isn't an issue, but in a multiplayer format this can give players the ability to essentially "speed hack" by unlocking their framerate - something which is relatively easy to do on PC. We don't know what will happen in the following years.

Players now on the Fallout 76 beta are now download quite a large update.

Not only could this make playing the game not much fun, it has some rather severe security implications.

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