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Fallout 76 Will Live Stream For Their Fans This Week

 

  We all know that communication is vital to any healthy relationship. And I get a lot of news from the internet. said that since the release of Fallout 76 on November 14, 2018, the relationship between Bethesda and their fans has been more and more unsteady. That's very unfortunate. For the game itself, it seems there has a cyclical process of updating Fallout 76. New updates come out, some unexpected bugs appeared, bugs get exploited, players get punished, and then new updates roll out again...and the game is always doing the same repetitive thing. In order to change this situation, this time, Bethesda is using a different approach. They have claimed that the Fallout 76 community team is going to start livestreaming on Twitch and Mixer for their fans.

  The announcement came in the studio's latest "Inside the Vault" blog post; alongside details of the upcoming patch and the new 'Wild Appalachia' PvE content release. And Fallout 76 community team will be doing a Live stream on Twitch and Mixer and it will take place at 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET on February 22nd; this Friday. Anyway, this movement would absolutely help Bethesda to gain better communication with fans.

  So far, with five major bug-fixing patches have already released, and most of the game's biggest problems seemingly fixed; it seems that Bethesda is finally able to start working on post-launch content. The latest information we got is the new “Survival Mode” PvP (Player VS Player) mode is planned to release in March. And this is the first of the “Wild Appalachia” update. The latter one is obviously to be Bethesda’s first major content release of 2019. It will consist of weekly PvE updates spanning several months.

  Luckily, we are happy to see Bethesda will be able to use these Fallout 76 live streams to know what fans want to see going forward. Of course, after Fallout 76 released, the reputation of Bethesda studio has taken a severe blow. They urgently need to repair that relationship with their fans. However, the success of a recent patch which wiped out leftover duplicated items from a highly-problematic Fallout 76 exploits seems to have left fans pleased. And now this is probably a perfect time to start opening more directly communicate with fans and hearing from them about what the studio should aim for next and for me, as a super fan of Fallout 76, I hope they will not make the same "Fallout 76 caps glitch" mistake, cause when that bug appears, the bottle caps in your account would probably zero clearing or if they really make that mistake again, I sincerely hope they do not punish our accounts because that is not our fault. And we do not know whether those Fallout bottle caps are legal or not in advance, so why do we have to pay for the bill?