If you are prof Fallout 76 Gamer is constantly bumping into storage restrictions, so the latest update of the game is definitely for you. Bethesda today launched a new one Fallout 76 An appropriate update titled “Inventory Update”, which not only makes a bunch of changes to the way various inventories work, but also starts 2021 in terms of new content and updates received for Fallout 76.
We already had an idea of what would come with the stock update thanks to the teasers that Bethesda posted last week, but today we’ve received the full details. The biggest change appears to be the Stash increase, as Bethesda has added 50% more storage space for player hides. The bunker can now hold a maximum of 1,200 pounds, better facilitating any hoarders who might roam in the wasteland.
There are also some UI improvements coming to Pip-Boy, which basically drops to three new tabs. The first is the “New” tab, which will show users the items they selected during gaming sessions. The “Armor” tab is quite self-explanatory in that it separates the Shield from the rest of the game’s clothing, while the “Food / Beverage” tab provides consumables that are not Chems and Serums their own place in your inventory.
There are also some changes to cargo weight stacking along with this update, but it’s not much of a change. Bethesda says that when choosing a stackable item in your inventory, item details will now show the total weight of the entire stack. Finally, Bethesda did this so that the vending machine preview on the map shows you how many legendary items the player sells in each of the 1-star, 2-star and 3-star categories.
At the end of it all, this is a very minor update but it does add some big quality of life changes to it Fallout 76. The update is available today, so Fallout 76 Players must download it and use it on a tour.