Bethesda Resolves To Improve Fallout 76
Fallout 76's debut was a bit rocky. Not only did the game receive a number of subpar reviews (including ours), but some fans were so angered over its collector’s bags that one law firm solicited players for a class-action lawsuit.
Sadly, Fallout 76 still isn't a completely stable experience for many players. For example, nuke codes have been broken since the beginning of the New Year, so players haven't been able to launch nukes.
#Fallout76 Players: We’re aware of and actively investigating an issue with Nuke silo access. Thank you for your patience while we look into this issue.— Bethesda Support (@BethesdaSupport) January 1, 2019
However, publisher Bethesda is hoping to turn the game around. The company released a number of fixes in December and has doubled down on its commitment to improve the game in a recent blog post. According to Bethesda, Fallout 76 will soon have new quests, weekly events, new Vaults opening, a new PvP mode, Player Vending, and more. Unfortunately, we won't have more specifics on the release of these things until Bethesda publishes its next set of patch notes.