Fallout 76 is still currently in Beta mode, and among the fixes from this trial will include a Day One patch with a 52GB download size–which is even bigger than the main game that’s only 45GB. Things aren’t already looking great for the latest installment of the Fallout franchise, as Beta testers have already reported numerous bugs and the lackluster gameplay.
The Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. (Break-it Early Test Application) already produced updates to improve on the game before its official launch. Some of these updates include stability and performance improvements, bug fixes and enemy balance tweaks which are gathered from player feedback. It’s not yet clear what the Day One patches will include, but just as the B.E.T.A. updates, these patches were made to address player feedback as well.
Though 76 offers an online mutiplayer mode, it’s not exactly an MMO. It offers a look into the Fallout universe set before the events of the first game. 76 is also said to reward group play and a perk card system.
Fallout 76 is set to be released on November 14 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC. You might want to start clearing out a total of 100GB worth of space on your hard drive for this game.