Bethesda has released a new patch for Fallout 76. This hotfix will update your game’s version to 22.214.171.124 and addresses an issue that could cause the game client to crash after selecting Exit to Desktop, as well as a setting that was left in a debug state (which could allow out of date clients to connect, breaking gameplay).
Furthermore, this patch addresses an exploit that could allow items to be duplicated, addresses an issue that could prevent high-damage and explosive weapons from dealing damage to enemies, or cause enemies to heal immediately after taking damage, and adds support for Korean language.
This hotfix will be auto-downloaded from the Bethesda launcher the next time you launch its client, and you can find its complete changelog below.
Fallout 76 December 19th Patch Release Notes
- Localization: Korean language support has been added to Fallout 76.
- This was added to console versions of the game on December 18.
- PC players who have their language set to Korean will see an increased download size of a few hundred megabytes today.
STABILITY AND PERFORMANCE
- PC: Addressed an issue that could cause the game client to crash after selecting Exit to Desktop.
- PC: Fixed a setting that was left in a debug state. This could allow out of date clients to connect, breaking gameplay.
- Exploit: Addressed an exploit that could allow items to be duplicated.
- Weapons: Addressed an issue that could prevent high-damage and explosive weapons from dealing damage to enemies, or cause enemies to heal immediately after taking damage.
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