Fallout 76 has launched in bad shape. The game's annoyingly unstable at the best of times on PlayStation 4, and at its worst it's an absolute mess. Stuttering, frame rate issues, and tons of bugs, Fallout 76 has it all.
Fortunately, Bethesda says that it's working on improving the technical performance of the release. Over on its official site, the developer has laid out a relatively vague road map regarding upcoming patches -- the first of which will apparently be detailed early next week.
"The next update will focus primarily on game performance and stability on all platforms but will also come with a list of fixes to quests, UI, C.A.M.P.s, and more. Patch notes will be available early next week. This update will be large compared to what we expect for patches going forward. Regular updates will always vary in size, but future updates should be much smaller in comparison." In other words, expect a big-ass update full of nothing but fixes.
Let's hope that the patch works, because right now, Fallout 76's performance is a total embarrassment.
In other news, we should have a full review for you very soon.