Bethesda has posted a new blog post “Inside the Vault” of Fallout 76, this time they talk about the near future of the game that goes through different weekly events that will be crowned, never better said, with the update “Kingdom of Steel” that is scheduled for July.
Last weekend several PC gamers were able to log into the Public Test Server (SPP) and not everyone was happy with what they got to test from this update. Bethesda has revealed that it will make adjustments based on feedback it has heard from the community, so these players have done a great service.
This stated Bethesda on the blog.
“There is a lot of talk in the community about the Legendary item crafting system, and for our part, we are closely following the discussions. Although it is still early in the development process, we want to make some improvements in future updates to the SPP. For example, we are thinking of adjusting the drop rates for some legendary cores and permanently increasing the limit of legendary vouchers, so that it will be easier for players to obtain the components needed to craft legendary items. “
Not bad at all, the creation of legendary objects is the main novelty of the update and if it came in its worst version, the update would not be the success that is expected. To make matters worse, Bethesda will reopen the servers this weekend for us to test the update again with the settings and various default characters.
Two of them will be ready to start the missions, one for the first time and one to repeat them, while there will be another with all the content completed, many materials in the backpack to create legendary items and gold bars to buy what you need. So it basically makes it a lot easier to try all the new stuff from the Kingdom of Steel.
The idea is that these players continue to report inconsistencies, gameplay elements that are missing adjustments and bugs, especially the latter.
Lastly, Bethesda shared the summer roadmap. Many weekly events remain, starting with another scavenger hunt from May 27 to June 1.
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