Today’s Fallout 76 update addresses “a number of issues” and adds quality of life updates

Fallout 76 update

Patches addressing issues in Fallout 76? Never

Another Fallout 76 update is out today, and it intends to “address bugs, including issues that have been reported by the community.”

Some of the big parts of the July 26, 2022 update include:

  • Reduced energy weapon durability
  • Meat Week reward fixes
  • Fixing the Grahm NPC (making it so he doesn’t wander off and bug a quest)

This game has slowly become an anomaly. So many other studios would have completely given up on it: and a lot of the changes are fantastic. But it always comes with the baggage of “what if the game had more time in the oven to begin with?” It’s something that I hope Bethesda is reflecting on in the years to come, as it continues to salvage the reputation of Fallout 76, and its legacy as a whole.

The team also reminds us that currently, you can partake in Pitt expeditions in the public test server (PTS), which is still hosting an early version of the upcoming major Fallout 76 update. As a reminder, the PTS has fully moved to Steam now, and the prior Bethesda Launcher access program is now completely dead. Two missions are available for Pitt expeditions, and the Pitt-themed pennant is still available as a bonus for PTS participants. As usual, all of the current PTS patch notes are kept separately on this page here.

Update Version

  • PC (Steam): 3.0 GB
  • PC (Microsoft Store): 8.1 GB
  • PlayStation: 7.6 GB
  • Xbox: 10.7 GB
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