As you well know by now, the update of Fallout 76 published a few days ago has created more than a few nuisances for the players of the online title and, fortunately, it seems that many of these problems are going to be solved with a new patch.
At the moment the update 11.5 is scheduled for next August 1, 2019, and, compared to what was previously announced, it will arrive with a slight delay. To have suffered a postponement is also the Meat Week of Fallout 76, the new and special event that will have the mutant Grahm as its protagonist and will provide players with a series of barbecue-themed challenges. Among the other innovations of the next update, we also find some adjustments to the survival mode, in which the top three players of the ranking will no longer be shown on the map and will make the clashes between longer and more complex players due to the reduction of the damage inflicted in PvP.
The news does not end there and, at QuakeCon 2019, there will be several events dedicated to Fallout 76 and its Nuclear Winter mode. Among these, we find the conference on Saturday 27 July during which the developers should announce the first details on the future of the game. If you want to attend every single event of the fair, you can find the complete calendar on the official website.