Bethesda has rolled out a new update for Fallout 76 on PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One, with update 1.0.6.0 ironing out a range of bug fixes for the troubled online RPG. It clocks in at 4.5GB on consoles and 3.5GB on PC.

One of the biggest additions with the patch is the increase in stash size, which has now been buffed from 600lbs to 800lbs. I'm pretty sure Arnold Schwarzenegger could deadlift that much, but that's just me.

The Wanted System has also been tweaked, so that you now have to completely smash up objects in another player's Workshop or CAMP in order to be slapped with a Wanted status. The idea behind this is to 'reduce cases of accidental crime,' says Bethesda.

In terms of bug fixes, Fallout 76's latest update removes a crash that would sometimes rear its head when interacting with a Power Armor Station while wearing the armor, as well as stomping out an infinite load screen issue.

There's tons more fixes available to digest, so be sure to have a gander at the full patch notes here.

Fallout 76 was released in November after riding on the back of a sizeable hype train, although Josh thought it was something of a disappointment. 

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