Fallout 76 admittedly has a lot of issues. There are plenty of bugs and glitches to go around, and the team at Bethesda are trying hard to fix them all. They also are trying to add more to the game so that players can enjoy it more. But so far, it’s been mixed results. However, a new update and patch are coming this week, and as they revealed during their latest Inside The Vault blog, they are improving things even more.
Such as by adding a new limited time event:
Fasnacht Parade is a repeatable, limited-time event quest that will be available for one week, starting on March 19. You and any other dwellers who wish to take part must speak with the Master of Ceremonies in Helvetia and then divide and conquer to find and aid the town’s robotic shopkeepers in setting up for the annual parade. You and your compatriots will be asked to assist with a variety of party prep duties that may have you stepping on stage to play a cheery tune, choosing the perfect decorations, or exterminating some buzzing pests, among many other activities.
Another major addition is adjustments to the C.A.M.P features of Fallout 76:
- The amount of budget space that some buildable objects consume, such as Turrets and Lights, has been reduced, but they now also have a maximum amount that can be placed in your C.A.M.P. or Workshop. The build menu recipes for these objects will show you how many are already present in your C.A.M.P., including the ones you have stored, and the total amount of each you can place.
The team at Bethesda notes that they would love to give you more, but that it could affect game performance. Check out the full patch notes so that you can see everything that is coming to the game this week.