Saturday November 10, 2018

Fallout 76's 54GB Day-One Patch Is Bigger than the Actual Game

Fallout 76 on the PlayStation 4 will require nearly 100GB of hard drive space: while the core game is 45GB, players will have to download a day-one patch that comes in at 54GB. The patch, which is bigger than the actual game, will presumably fix many issues discovered during the beta, including a broken hunger gauge and the sound of random gunshots.

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Other fixes in future updates will include the stash size, which some players felt was not large enough in the beta Though it will remain the same as in the beta at launch, there are plans to increase it in the future. Numerous exploits found in the testing phase will also be fixed, alongside the implementation of a push-to-talk option for PC players.