Fallout 76 Receives Massive Update – PC Settings, Performance and Stability Improved

Fallout 76 Receives Massive Update - PC Settings, Performance and Stability Imporved

Fallout 76 Receives Massive Update – PC Settings, Performance and Stability Improved

Fallout 76 patch 1.0.3.10 has landed on PC, bringing with it a wide range of improvements, many of which also apply to PS4 and Xbox One. For starters, SPECIAL Re-Speccing is now an option at level 51 or over, enabling further character customisation. 

The game’s C.A.M.P. system has also been improved, automatically removing small obstructions like rocks and plants to facilitate easy construction, while also allowing players to more easily load into servers where their camp can be placed. Players will no longer be loaded into servers where their camp is missing/occupied by other players. 

On PC we see several feature upgrades, many of which are considered essential for a AAA video game, especially for first-person action games. Now PC gamers have access to Feild of View and Depth of Field options as well as support for ultra-wide 21:9 screen resolutions. Push-to-talk is now an option for PC voice chat, allowing PC players to decide when they speak and when to remain silent. 

Fallout 76’s new Field of View slider will enable FOV options between 70 and 120 with increments of 5 degrees. The game’s Field of View will be locked to 70 when modifying your character’s appearance. 

On top of these feature upgrades also comes a range of performance and stability improvements, addressing a variety of issues that cover all platforms. 

Fallout 76 Receives Massive Update - PC Settings, Performance and Stability Imporved  

The full patch notes for Fallout 76’s PC patch 1.0.3.10 are available to read on the Bethesda website. 

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