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Fallout 76 latest patch adds performance and stability improvements to the game

Expect a lot less hitching

Fallout 76 latest patch adds performance and stability improvements to the game

Fallout 76 latest patch adds performance and stability improvements to the game 

Bethesda has released a new patch for Fallout 76 on all platforms, delivering both performance and stability improvements to the title while eliminating several issues which cause hitching (momentary pauses) within the game. 

This update should make Fallout 76 a lot more playable, increasing the game's framerate in certain scenes while addressing several graphical bugs and balance issues across the game world. Fallout 76's B.E.T.A is living up to its "Break-it Early Test Application" name. 

On PC and PS4, this patch is known as 1.0.0.6, while on Xbox One it is known as 1.0.0.4 and full patch notes for this update are available here.  

So far, Fallout 76 not received glowing praise from PC players, with the game lacking integrated support for Ultra-Wide resolutions, FOV adjustments or framerates that are above 60FPS. While none of these issues are game breakers, they are certainly annoyances that are worth taking note of. 
  

Fallout 76 latest patch adds performance and stability improvements to the game  

Fallout 76 is set to release on November 14th on PC Xbox One and PS4, with the game's B.E.T.A being available to play now. 

You can join the discussion on Fallout 76's latest B.E.T.A patch on the OC3D Forums

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06-11-2018, 09:06:09

Wraith
Honestly I really enjoyed my first B.E.T.A run the other night and it felt good there is a slight player/enemy balance required and maybe some currency fixes here and there but it's all good.

As for the Ultra wide, FPS and FOV stuff it's all there in the .ini files it's just not available in game yet. I had it running at 1080, 1440 and 4K using Fast Sync and saw well above 130fps almost constantly. My only gripe was the over use of the depth of field blur, I found it over powering and it caused me to pause a moment while my eyes had to refocus to catch up with what was happening on screen. I am however really looking forward to the 14th.Quote

06-11-2018, 09:47:18

WYP
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Originally Posted by Wraith View Post
Honestly I really enjoyed my first B.E.T.A run the other night and it felt good there is a slight player/enemy balance required and maybe some currency fixes here and there but it's all good.

As for the Ultra wide, FPS and FOV stuff it's all there in the .ini files it's just not available in game yet. I had it running at 1080, 1440 and 4K using Fast Sync and saw well above 130fps almost constantly. My only gripe was the over use of the depth of field blur, I found it over powering and it caused me to pause a moment while my eyes had to refocus to catch up with what was happening on screen. I am however really looking forward to the 14th.
Quick Question. Is the game speed affected by framerate like Fallout 4? I remember that game messing up quite badly at 100+ FPS.Quote

06-11-2018, 09:55:24

AlienALX
I won't be playing it any time soon (even though GAME relieved my bank account to the tune of £174.99 this morning) so I'm not in any hurry.

TBH? the first 8 months of FO4 should be erased from history. It is *so* much better now than it was at launch.Quote

06-11-2018, 10:14:57

Bartacus
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Originally Posted by AlienALX View Post
I won't be playing it any time soon (even though GAME relieved my bank account to the tune of £174.99 this morning) so I'm not in any hurry.

TBH? the first 8 months of FO4 should be erased from history. It is *so* much better now than it was at launch.
It still needs a ton of mods to not suck though. Good game in stock form though, just not a GREAT game.Quote

06-11-2018, 10:22:52

Avet
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Originally Posted by WYP View Post
Quick Question. Is the game speed affected by framerate like Fallout 4? I remember that game messing up quite badly at 100+ FPS.
Yea. It still has the same bug.Quote
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