Exciting news for Fallout 76 fans, as a new patch, Fallout 76 Patch 11 will be released this month. According to sources, this next patch is going to benefit significantly newcomers who are trying out the Fallout experience for the first time, but also older players who want a fresh start.
It seems that Fallout 76’s patch 11 will bring brand-new characters that will make some parts of the game easier to go through and some changes to several game systems. Bethesda, the developer company of Fallout 76, recently took to their official Twitter page to announce the news.
Fallout 76 Patch 11 Would Benefit Newcomers
The Inside the Vault article details all of the new featured that the new patch delivers and previews what’s to come. After the game received a new batter royale mode, called Nuclear Winter, Fallout 76 welcomed a rush of new players. Especially for these newcomers, Bethesda decided to ease up on the challenges that players encounter t the beginning of the game, while also giving them other buffs, like increased disease resistance.
As Bethesda said, “Lots of new Dwellers have been leaving Vault 76 for the first time over the past few weeks and, in Patch 11, we’re looking to make a few adjustments to help new and low-level characters have more gradual introductions to some of the game’s mechanics and challenges.
For example, characters under level 25 will pay fewer caps when fast traveling, those under level 15 will have higher disease resistance, and we’re replacing several early-game Challenge rewards with items and other supplies that will give these Dwellers a better chance at survival.” Representatives of the company also announced that the developer team is working on reducing creature difficulty in some regions. Fallout 76 Patch 11 will be released sometime this month.
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