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Fallout 76 receives a 2GB patch, resolves crashes, brings numerous improvements and fixes

Bethesda has released a brand new update for Fallout 76. According to the release notes, patch 15 is 2GB in size on the PC, will update your game’s version to, and comes with numerous improvements and fixes.

Going into more details, the November 19th update resolves a rare crash that could occur while using the C.A.M.P.’s Build mode. Moreover, it fixes a crash that could occur when sharing a lot of quests while on a team. It also addresses multiple issues that could result in a server crash.

Furthermore, players can now destroy Scrapbox which now has the same amount of health as the Stash. The music that plays on the Main Menu has also returned to the original launch theme.

Lastly, this update brings numerous tweaks to the User Interface and Items, as well as to C.A.M.P., Crafting and Workshops. It also packs some fixes for the game’s art and graphics.

As always, the Bethesda launcher will download this latest update the next time you launch it. You can also find its complete changelog here.

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