Bethesda Apologizes For The Current State of Fallout 76

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Fallout 76 has to be the most disappointing game of 2018, with many not enjoying the title as much as they want to. Despite experience with The Elder Scrolls: Online, it seems like the team at Bethesda could not deliver the online play everyone wanted, at least not yet. More updates are coming, some that will make the game more playable and fun, but it might be too late for those that have given up on it.

On Reddit, Bethesda apologized to gamers who are disappointed with the current state of the game and their lack of answers over some of the complaints lobbied at this title. The developers have assured us that they are working on some of the game's bigger problems, hoping to give us the next-gen Fallout online experience everyone wants.

Communication Moving Forward

Bethesda has also detailed some of the updates that will be coming to the game in the coming weeks. There's a big update coming out on December 4 and another one slated for December 11, so they're only a week apart. The one on the 11th is more on bug fixes, though they will be introducing a system that lets you choose a different C.A.M.P. in case one is already full.

In the meantime, fans might want to get Fallout 4 for a more complete gaming experience. That or they can just get Red Dead Redemption 2 or Marvel's Spider-Man.

Fallout 76 is available now on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.

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