While today’s Fallout 76 patch isn’t going to magically make the multiplayer magic work in this game, it should take a stride or two forward in eliminating some of the pesky bugs that players have encountered over the past week.
From fixes to hitching gameplay to stability improvements to PvP system adjustments, Patch 18.104.22.168 is a start on what will presumably be a long road for this always-online survival MMO.
Meanwhile, discontent (or confusion) over the game has triggered some bizarre occurrences, such as when this man decided to trash an entire Gamestop when the store wouldn’t refund his copy of Fallout 76:
Some people really don't want their copy of Fallout 76 pic.twitter.com/a0yQBA3UYT
— Geoff @ Holiday Matsuri (@GeoffLife) November 19, 2018