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New Fallout 76 Patch Brings Project Paradise Event, Bug Fixes

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Bethesda has dropped a brand new patch for Fallout 76’s Wild Appalachia update.

Here are the patch notes:

Fallout 76 –  patch 1.1.5.4

C.A.M.P., Crafting, Workshops

  • Scrapping: Fixed an issue that could cause an unintended item to be scrapped when rapidly scrapping items.
  • Vending: Fixed a rare issue that could prevent a player from purchasing items from another player’s Vending Machine under specific circumstances.
  • Vending: Reaching the maximum C.A.M.P. budget no longer prevents the player from assigning items to their Vending Machines.

Challenges

  • Weekly: Fixed an issue in which Survival Mode Weekly Challenges could be completed in Adventure Mode.
  • ProSnap Deluxe: Taking a picture of a frog with the ProSnap Deluxe now correctly counts toward Herpetologist World Challenge progress.
  • Herpetologist : Building a frog habitat now correctly counts toward Herpetologist World Challenge progress.
  • World: Updated the wording on several Tadpole Badge World Challenges to help clarify the objective.

Items

  • Apparel: Fixed an issue in which some Apparel items were incorrectly providing +1 Damage Resistance when equipped.
  • Floor Decor: Cat and Deathclaw Topiaries can no longer be built if they have not yet been unlocked in the Atomic Shop.
  • Backpack Exploit: Addressed an exploit that could cause the High Capacity Backpack mod to become duplicated.

Performance and Stability

  • Loading: Addressed a rare issue that could prevent players from loading into a world after using Player Vending Machines.
  • Stability: Fixed an issue that could cause the PC game client to crash.

Quests and Events

  • Exploit: Addressed an exploit that could allow players to earn the rewards from the Athletics and Swimming Tests multiple times.
  • Miscellaneous: The objective to “Investigate Seismic Activity,” obtained from the Personal Terminal, now correctly completes upon reaching the Purveyor’s shop.
  • Additional Miscellaneous: Fixed an issue that could cause an error message to appear after selecting Biv’s entry in the Personal Terminal’s Daily Planner.
  • Pioneer Scouts: Completing Stings and Things, Operation Tidy, and Campfire Tales will no longer award Possum Badges to players who have not yet been promoted to the Possum rank.

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Red Dead Redemption 2 Drops New PC Patch

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A brand new patch has arrived on PC for Red Dead Redemption 2 and it aims to fix the numerous crashes occurring on PC.

Here are the full patch notes:

  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in a crash when running out of memory
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in potential save corruption and permanent loss of progress if the player was signed out of their Social Club account while in Story Mode
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in partial lighting of hair/fur when the Resolution Scale graphical setting was set to higher than the native resolution
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in a crash when entering the Landing Page during game startup
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in a crash during initial startup for some specific hardware configurations
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in random crashes during gameplay on systems using a Nvidia GTX 970 graphics card
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in a crash when starting the Benchmark Tool on low-end systems
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in instability on some systems running Windows 10 Version 1090 (November 2019 Update)
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in audio stuttering/stalling when the game is running at high framerates
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in pixelated/blocky rendering artifacts on shadows during some cutscenes
  • Improvements to fix an issue that resulted in rendering and lighting artifacts when the Screen Space Ambient Occlusion graphical option was set to Ultra
  • Improvements to fix several issues that resulted in rendering and lighting artifacts on some systems during gameplay
  • Improvements to fix several issues that resulted in random crashes during gameplay in Story Mode and Red Dead Online
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Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York Delayed

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Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York

For those awaiting the arrival of Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York, you’ll have to wait a week longer than expected.

Initially slated to arrive on December 4th, Draw Distance announced that Vampire: The Masquerade – Coteries of New York will be delayed, with a new release date of December 11th (digitally) for the PC. The game is expected to arrive during the first quarter of 2020 for Xbox, Playstation, and the Nintendo Switch.

“We decided to give ourselves some more time polish the game as we want to provide you with great product and we believe that this decision brings us closer to achieving this goal,” the developer said in their statement.

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Xbox Scarlett Will Get First-Party Game Every 3-4 Months

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Xbox Scarlett

Xbox is building the hype for it’s next console, Scarlett, and Xbox’s Matt Booty unveiled some interesting tidbits during his interview with GamesRadar+.

Booty, who is the head of Xbox Game Studios, discussed the company’s plans for the upcoming 2020 year, specifically outlining the company’s plans to leverage the growing number of first party studios so that it cane deliver even more games to Xbox and Windows gamers.

“When we think about these 15 studios that we now have… we’ve been on this journey of working with new creators and we’ve been on this journey to bring them all into the fold” Booty said. “You wake up one day and realise that you have reached this critical mass; that this nuclear reactor is beginning to glow. The question now is how do we now make sure that we can get behind that and use it to deliver going forward?”

“We feel really good heading into 2020. We’ve got a goal of being able to deliver a game, roughly, every three to four months. We have a little bit of work to do to get there. It’ll be lumpy, but we’re closer than we were. And so we feel really good going into 2020 – and the run-up to Project Scarlett – with our content line-up.”

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