When <i>Fallout 76<\/i> first came out, it was met with a lot of frustration. There weren\u2019t any NPCs to drive a narrative in the story and a lot of bugs were present. Bethesda seemed to have put the game out before it was actually ready.\r\n\r\nWe\u2019ve seen this approach taken a lot from developers recently, who are under strict time deadlines and thus feel pressure from publishers to put out something to the public. Still, despite its mixed reception, the creative team at Bethesda are still focused on making <i>Fallout 76<\/i> better.\r\n\r\nWe\u2019re now approaching patch 11, which is expected to officially come out sometime in July. According to reports, it\u2019s supposed to fix a lot of problems that plenty of gamers have struggled with as of late.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/m.youtube.com\/watch?v=CQqqfF2WEGc\r\n\r\nOne of the most salient is making <i>Fallout 76<\/i> more user-friendly for those just starting out. Instead of being thrown into difficult challenges from the get-go, new players will have a more gradual experience.\r\n\r\nFor example, players under the level 25 won\u2019t have to pay as many caps to fast-travel. This is an important update that should make navigation a more forgiving experience. It will help save a lot of new users time in a wasteland that does seem pretty massive in scale.\r\n\r\nAdditionally, players under the level 15 won\u2019t be as susceptible to taking damage from disease. This is a pretty forgiving update because disease seems to run rampant in this game, causing a lot of new players frustration.\r\n\r\nThe various monsters in certain areas of the wasteland are also being downgraded. Players thus won\u2019t have to exhaust all combat options when they come in contact with monsters. The higher-level monsters won\u2019t be as prevalent, giving new users a peace of mind when venturing off on their quests.\r\n\r\nPatch 11 is certainly a huge improvement to this title\u2019s gameplay. New players should be excited about what\u2019s to come in the wasteland; not dreading every action they take. This update should make <i>Fallout 76<\/i> a much better game overall and possibly even attract new gamers to this polarizing entry in a storied franchise.\r\n\r\nLet\u2019s just hope Bethesda can continue improving the game and put out updates on a consistent basis. It would certainly go a long way in restoring some good faith with gamers going forward. <i>Fallout 76<\/i> could indeed still be a great game, one that you\u2019ll want to play with your friends on a regular basis. Bethesda just needs to continue listening to the community and building off this momentum.