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Changes schedule update "Fallout 76", delayed patch controller
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The schedule for Fallout 76 updates has changed slightly with the December 11 update, which comes two days after the console players.
The corrections are scheduled in the table with the latest update on December 4 and the event scheduled for Dec.
11, but Bethesda confirmed on Twitter that the console update is now targeted on Dec.
13 instead of the console players.
PC operators will keep getting updated on Tuesday as planned with Bethesda, saying the delay has been implemented as a way to make sure everything goes smoothly on the controllers because these platforms can not be fixed just as easily as the PC can fix.
⚠️We are adjusting our patch schedule for next week’s Fallout 76 update. The update will roll out for PC players on Tuesday and console players on Thursday. This is to allow further testing on consoles, where we can't hotfix unintended issues as quickly as we can on PC.— Fallout (@Fallout) December 7, 2018
The Bethesda update planned on December 11 has many planned changes to it, some of which are more obvious changes compared to the small bug fixes that have already been released.
A "bulldozer" was an advantage and an opportunity to respec point for different special categories once the players climbs to level 50 Some of the features assessed in the update that "Inside Vault" another Bethesda said was still on the track before announcing a slight delay to update the console.
"We're still on the way to unleashing the features and improvements we discussed in an article last week, including new settings for PC operators, CAMP improvements, and the ability to achieve your own points after Level 50," Bethesda said of the upcoming update.
"This update will also include a new CAMP that we used to call" dredging.
"Any physical bulldozers that were previously in Appalachie have long been useless metal objects, but you can still use this feature to scan rocks, From debris to help make building things easier than ever before.
"This will happen automatically when you build on or near these obstacles, and hopefully this correction will help CAMPs feel that you are at home."
This latest update will follow the latter, which increased the size limits of players' expenses, allowed them to store more spoils, some of which were high-value loots from bosses, because the update also identified item drops from the enemies of the fighting.
The next update from Tuesday's Fallout 76 is scheduled for players on PCs and on Thursday for those using keyboards.