Fallout 76: Patch Notes For Update

The latest Fallout 76 patch is rolling out ahead of the huge Wastelanders expansion launching on April 7. Update version is 6 GB on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and under 1 GB on PC. Bethesda has now released the full patch notes detailing exactly what’s new and changed.

The patch makes some behind-the-scenes preparations for the upcoming Wastelanders expansion, and also fixes a number of bugs related to stability and performance; art and graphics; C.A.M.P., crafting, and workshops; and items. These include fixes for numerous crashes on all platforms, corrections to visual effects not appearing, and a fix for basic floor components consuming more C.A.M.P. budget than intended, among others.

Full patch notes for update version

General bug fixes

  • Stability: Addressed multiple issues that could sometimes result in a crash when a world was under heavy load.
  • Stability: Fixed an issue that could cause the PlayStation 4 client to crash after disconnecting while in-game.
  • Stability: Addressed a UI issue that could cause the Xbox One game client to crash.
  • Stability: Fixed a crash that could occur when reconnecting to the internet while running the Xbox One game client.
  • Graphics: When entering Power Armor with the Nuka-Cola Dark paint, parts of the armor’s interior no longer appear see-through.
  • Graphics: Corrected visual effects that were not appearing when firing and reloading a Black Powder Rifle with the Flintlock paint.
  • Graphics: The Nuka-Cola Vending Machine will no longer continue to appear damaged after the owner has repaired it.
  • Textures: When reloading and firing a Lever Action Rifle with the Starlet Sniper paint, bullets and casings now display the correct textures.
  • Floors: Corrected an issue that caused basic floor objects to consume more C.A.M.P. budget than intended.
    • Please Note: If you had lots of basic flooring in your C.A.M.P., you should notice a small boost to your available C.A.M.P. budget after today’s update.
  • Lights: Added an alternate version of the Oval Holiday String Lights that can be mounted on walls.