Errors do happen, and sometimes they do happen at very inconvenient times. During a live stream for Fallout 76’s new update, A Colossal Problem, at QuakeCon, players encountered a huge problem as they tried to move fast in the MMORPG game.
Community management collaborator Devann McCarthy is leading the A Colossal Problem Boss event when the problem occurs. She was traveling fast at one point and got caught up with a common error that no travel happened and you need to re-enter your destination. McCarthy dismissed it and everything went on as usual, but what’s conspicuous is that the problem happened on the first try.
Players that have been encountering this particular bug for a long time, are getting increasingly frustrated that there̵7;s no fix yet. A quick glance at Reddit, you will see posts a month ago venting its annoyance and discussing it as one of the most annoying bugs in an RPG game. Fallout 76 doesn’t have the best reputation, and these hammer-like moments come home why. Thankfully, the rest of the stream has gone smoothly, if you want to dig deeper into the content of A Colossal Problem.
This update is the last in the summer quarter of Bethesda’s roadmap for Fallout 76. In another QuakeCon At Home console, developers confirmed that full mod support is rolling out.
You can see the short, but rather hilarious, breakdown happening here:
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