With Bethesda's latest RPG just days away from launch, the Fallout 76 file size and day-one patch has been revealed. And while players do have the option to zoom out in third person on PC by holding View and moving the mousewheel, they won't be able to have this feature for the first person viewpoint.
The Fallout 76 beta still has one day left before ending, but Bethesda has seemingly already learned a lot from fans and is looking to incorporate their feedback into the full release of the game. Currently, voice chat is on by default, whereas players have asked for an opt-in system that Bethesda has confirmed they will be adding in the near future.
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. Previous games have not supported FOV sliders "as it is known to break a lot of animations and causes a lot of clipping to occur on screen", developers wrote. Along with doing so, they also addressed numerous problems that they've become aware of and are looking to fix on or soon after the launch of Fallout 76.
Stash issues are one of the most common complaints in Fallout 76 as you simply run out of space far too quickly.
While Fallout 4 performed solidly in India, it's unlikely that Fallout 76 will see that much demand for local retailers to sell the game early due to the fact that it's an always-online role-playing game - not exactly the most popular combination in a country where fast, consistent Internet isn't uniformly available and an audience with a penchant for faster, arcade-styled fare.
Hunger issues were also addressed and fixes will be included in future updates, as well as any sound issues being dealt with before launch. Whilst some players continue to experience difficulty, Bethesda has said that most of the issues around the social menu and making teams should now be fixed.