Today’s update brings a Stash increase, a variety of improvements for your inventory and U.I., a new wave of bug fixes, and more. Read on for the full list of changes in Fallout 76.
Check today’s update version and download size for your platform of choice below:
Stash Increase: Hold onto extra gear with a Stash increase! We've increased the amount of weight your Stash can hold by 50%, giving you 1,200 pounds to work with.
New Inventory Tabs: We’ve added a few new tabs to your inventory menus so that you can better organize your gear, from your snacks and Stimpaks, to your outfits and armor.
New – This tab will keep track of all the items you gather during a play session, sorted by newest to oldest.
If you already have a stackable item in your inventory, like Steel Scrap, then new Steel Scrap you pick up will not appear in the “New” tab. Instead, it will be added to your existing stack.
Additionally, the “New” tab will reset if you leave your current world.
Armor – We’ve split Armor into its own menu tab so that you can keep your defensive gear separate from your other Apparel.
Food/Drinks – Your food and drinks are now split out from “Aid” into their own “Food/Drinks” inventory tab.
Please note that your Chems and Serums will remain in “Aid.”
Stack Weight: What’s weighing you down? From now on, when you select a stacked item in your inventory, the P
Back in 2016 I took over as a Lab Manager. The previous guy running the Lab as well as the boss were the golden children and could do no wrong. Later found out they were omitting all kinds of information on monthly reports to make the numbers look good.
My first month I ran the reports and submitted the inventory report to admin. I found 85 items that were red tagged (failed diagnostic tests, non operational) and admin calls me asking why it's so different from the previous month as there were only 5 assets on the previous report. I tell them i have no clue why that is and that I'm simply doing truth in reporting of our inventory. They tell me remove information and make it match to previous month. I explain that these are all the failed/broken assets on hand but they tell me they don't want to explain to upper management about a change to 85 failed assets from 5. I run this through my boss and explain the truth and reporting. He says just do it. So, I deleted the data to match previous months report and everyone is happy.
I am submitting these altered reports for 5 months with no complaints. The higher-ups do an unannounced walk through one day and decided to look at our master inventory. They see the list of red tag assets and ask why there are so many and that it doesn't match the reports they get. I explain that i simply submit the data my boss tells me to submit. They aren't happy with the answer. My boss gets his ass chewed out. Shit rolls down hill and I get yelled at, at which point i reminded him about what he wanted me to do. A week later they are asking for complete truth and reporting and want to see all red tagged assets on the monthly report. Lucky me i already knew what was going on with them and was easy to update the status. We quickly resolved all the issues: repairs and refurbishing and i am recognized for running an amazing Lab with an award from our inspectors.
TL;DR- told to alter inventory reports, later yelled at for altering said inventory reports, put in spotlight to get shit done, win award for doing my job.
My example. My wife and I use this trick to organize our freezer, and our vacuum sealer and cheap meat purchases to stretch our grocery budget.
Edit: Test a small area for removal/staining.
I haven't seen too many people talk about it, but seriously... so many Free to Play games give you a super limited inventory starting out. Some let you buy a few extra slots with gold, and then eventually you have to spend money to increase capacity further. Not only that, but most of those games have so many trash drops, etc, that you are basically forced to pay for more inventory unless you want to sort out junk and stuff every 5 minutes.
One of the first things I looked at/for when the game first released was the amount of inventory space, and if you could purchase increased inventory space. This happened almost immediately when I noticed the amount of items you could collect. How pleased I was to see such an ample amount of inventory space, and no option to buy more inventory space.
The only time I have hit my inventory limit so far, is artifacts. That's easily remedied by upgrading the few worthwhile ones you have using the trash taking up space.
TL;DR Props to Mihoyo for letting me channel my inner pack rat without the need to worry about spending money for such a basic function that many other games use to make a profit off of.
I've had the name "Skinventory" in mind. This power also works on living beings, though their experience may be a bit jarring for them. I haven't fully thought this part through yet.
Afterthought Edit: you can have items appear in a certain style whether it be photo realistic or more of a cartoonized design, for example.
[Intimidate: 20 stimpaks] I've got looooots of stimpaks. Think you can still take me?
[Intimidate: melee damage 100+] I have a chainsaw. Do you have a chainsaw?
[Intimidate: Power Armor] I am encased in half a ton of steel and can pop your head like a balloon under my foot. Are you sure you want to shoot me?
[Charisma: Clothing] I didn't dress up all nice just to have you brush me off.
[Perception: Facewear] I don't wear these nerdy glasses for nothing.
[Strength: Carry Weight] You do know I'm carrying 200 pounds of random shit and I can still jack your ass?
[Luck: previous quest specific reward] How about I just flip this coin? Heads, you tell me everything. Tails, I give you 250 caps and walk away? Willing to chance it?
[Intelligence: Number of magazines] I'm one of the few people around here who can actually read.
[Endurance: heaviest item] In my backpack I have a hammer that would make Thor jealous. You're missing out if you let me go.
Seriously, this has never been that bad. I get this freeze at least twice a raid, and its always a big one, at least two seconds long.
Edit : My first awards ever!! Thanks a lot my brothers 😘
Hello boys and girls, i'm listing all my inventory today. wish me luck.
I will be looking for credits ONLY since i don't want to trade anymore so please keep that in mind if you wanna offer! some things are still missing because it was too much to write down. Also some things are in italic because i'm honestly not 100% sure of selling this item.feel free to offer tho! Not spliting sets btw
#DON'T ASK ME A PRICE JUST THROW YOUR OFFER THANK YOU KIND FRIEND
#BLUEPRINTS (listed just the certs or tw; ask if you want something specific)
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Lmao. All of the sexual themes marketed and shown in this game but can never actually be nude. Great game guys. Showering in underwear is now a feature.
Good luck getting those braindances or nightclubs. Night City, the most prudish place on earth.
As above, please revert this unwanted stupidity........ and while you're at it revert the changes you made to reticles/scopes in the previous patch.
What are you guys smoking over there? Do none of the console development team actually play the game on console regularly? Muscle memory takes time to build up, especially for older buggers like me - STOP CHANGING FUNDAMENTAL PARTS OF THE GAME.
If you must make these idiotic changes at least make them optional.
Seriously. It’s absolute garbage that those of us without warmind and CWL mods have absolutely no way to get them other than hope to god banshee is selling one of the good mods. Which, if you have been paying attention to, youd noticed that every second day seems to be Sprint Grip.
It’s super frustrating that the strongest mods in the game are stuck beyond an RNG vendor refresh. Banshee really needs to sell more mods each day or there needs to be a guaranteed way to grind them outs, cause this feels like the epitome of FOMO for not playing during Worthy and really doesn’t feel good.
Thank you for coming to my TED talk
EDIT 24hours later: Banshee is selling Sprint Grip AGAIN someone please send help I’m screaming
This topic has been added to Bungie Plz.
Going forward, all posts suggesting this change will be removed and redirected to this Megathread.
Submitted by: u/Coltons13
Date approved: 12/24/20
> u/Coltons13: "Why it should be added: Those above are just a few examples, but I'm sure you're aware this gets posted literally all the time and it's exhausting to watch the same thread play out every single time. Bungie has literally addressed this as being implemented to avoid losing gear when loading into activities. This comment gives the gist of it and so does this one. It isn't something Bungie is going to fix because to our knowledge they literally cannot do it, or have decided it isn't worth the time-investment for the QOL. Second of all, how many games even let you manage inventory in loading screens? Like none, it's silly complaining about an already good QOL feature."
>"...3 examples (with links) of recent submissions (with at least 1 being over 30 days old), that have been well received (hundreds of upvotes on the front page of the sub - ex. 300+ upvotes)."
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I'm assuming this is also the date of the quality of life update.
When you hover over an item you want to loot. A tooltip explaining what the item is appears right over the top of your own inventory.
Which covers up first aids boosts etc so you can’t see what you need.
This pop up information is only useful to people in their first few hours of the game. Why can’t we turn it off?
Why isn’t it displayed somewhere less intrusive?
The new inventory is also less see through than before, bit annoying.
I received these five free (or nearly free) baby welcome kits and thought I would share my thoughts as well as an inventory of all the items! You can definitely build a solid foundation of baby items by getting these kits; as you'll see there are a lot of duplicates among the kits.
1. Noobie Box | You can receive this box for $9.95 shipping in the U.S. or free with $29 in purchases.
2. Babylist Box | You get this box after you add some items to the Babylist registry, buy something worth at least $10 from the registry, and pay a $6.95 shipping fee.