Desperate survivors of Fallout 76 can not unfortunately interrupt the break. The last patch, along with the niggas, repairs, and the weight-carrying cap, reintroduced a few mistakes that Western West Virginia believed were finally done.
Returning problems include heavy bobby pins – which should explain why you can log in and find yourself unexpectedly over the load – as well as the duplicate item error originally fixed by the last patch of Fallout 76 in 2018.
At the top of the Fallout 76 sub-contract, the gX-kiD contribution highlights some issues and, while Bethesda has not responded yet, Bethesda's community manager replied to others, saying developers were aware of these issues. Despite the list of old problems, there were no corrective notices.
Updates sometimes present new and unpredictable problems, but frustration is understandable when players can not even escape past mistakes. Since the launch, errors have been missed, such as forgetting to update the New Year's Nuclear Starter Codes and some bad merchandising. It's getting harder to imagine that Bethesda can save the game from all the current problems.
I tried to play this month again, but it crashed after about 30 minutes and I lost a lot of search. Just as I'd like to stay around West Virginia and find my hats, I do not think I'm in a hurry.
I got to Bethesda to find out what kind of remedy she had.