Fallout 76 Day One Patch Is Larger Than The Main Game

Fallout 76 would roll out on November 14th on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Microsoft Windows. Also, Bethesda would release a Fallout 76 Day One patch which will need 52 Gb of free storage space which is larger than the main game that only requires 45 Gb of free memory.

Summing those up, the gamers must have about 97 Gb of free storage space to install the full version of Fallout 76, as PlayStation Universe reported today. That’s huge, and some players might have to clear up some storage space while waiting for the arrival of the game which is taking place in just a couple of days.

Besides, those gamers with metered Internet connections must allocate a significant amount of bandwidth for Fallout 76 if they would like to run the game as soon as possible.

On the other hand, Fallout 76 Day One patch is following the same principles of day one patches for other software releases. Namely, Bethesda uses it to add last-minute content and improvements to the game.

Fallout 76 Day One Patch To Fix Several Issues in The Game

Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. (Break it Early Test Application) revealed some significant issues in the game. Bethesda will release the Fallout 76 Day One patch to address the reported bugs. Even though the patch’s full content is unknown, it should contain the elements based on the feedback of the beta testers.

Also, Bethesda rolled out a Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. update last week including some stability and performance enhancements, bug fixes, and enemy balance tweaks.

Now, Bethesda will roll out a Fallout 76 Day One patch which would be larger than the main game. Gamers would need at least 97 Gb of free storage space to install Fallout 76 and the day one patch.

“What a game is, is what the players ultimately make of it. Our job is to give them all the interesting tools. We want to design a really interesting world for them to collide with,” stated Todd Howard,  the Bethesda director and executive producer.

Vadim Ioan Caraiman

As a passionate gamer since the 1990s, Vadim has kept his passion alive since then, and he is here to cover video games news, as well as to share with you all the novelties out there regarding gadgets or games-related tech.

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