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You mean, "no reason to buy this game when you already get screwed around for using mods in Skyrim or FO 4", don't ya? No charge.
It's somewhat ironic, considering that the actual drink they tried to sell in overpriced bottles was awful.
You know that feeling when you think you've forgotten something, but you're not quite sure what it is?
Well, Fallout 76's new Wild Appalachia update has introduced a new Vault door to the world. What Vault is that? We don't know for certain, because the door lacks the texture that would have the Vault number on it.
Edited by Yumil on Mar 15th 2019 at 2:03:06 PM
I swear a vault door with a missing texture glitch on it should be this game's box art
Doublepost to say that PCGamer's idea for "Vault Missing Texture" merchandise is great◊
"I Went To Vault MT And All I Got Was This Jumpsuit"
I would laugh so hard if they decided to canonize this Vault as it is.
Better than Vault 0, just "Vault Number".
Any progress or only getting worse in the problems?
I played some of the new update yesterday and there's actually a lot more to it then just the brewing quest. They didn't drop all of the Wild Appalachia features all at once and are rolling out more in the coming days. One of which is the new survival mode which has no PVP restrictions.
Here's the patch notes: https://www.reddit.com/r/fo76/comments/b0mjux/fallout_76_wild_appalachia_patch_notes_march_13/
Some more things to note. The game is definitely getting better. The servers are more stable now. You get a thirty minute warning when the instance your playing is about to go offline. Enemies glitch out way less often and bugged quests have been fixed. The stash has been increased to 800. And weapons that that used to be bugged out and not work now work. All in all the game seems to feel nicer and smoother to play too. Also blueprints you've already learned will be marked known so you don't waste money on them in shops.
Edited by evilface on Mar 15th 2019 at 1:06:08 AM
Until they let me sell my useless ammo it's still a no from me.
Not being able to sell the ammo makes sense since they are adding player run shops in the form of vending machines. It's stupid easy to make any of the games ammo types and would totally ruin the games economy. Just dump your excess ammo. It's not exactly hard to make more if you need it.
It just feels like an artificial and frustrating way to slow down the money grind.
Decent firearms are always about six thousand caps more than I have, and they're usually six levels too high too.
An easy way to get around that is by buying blueprints and making the weapons you want yourself. The blueprints cost less then just buying a version of the weapon you want from the vendor bots. Plus you can make it as many times as you want as long as you have the materials and that's useful since you can recraft the weapon at a higher level when you reach it. The most I've seen blueprints cost is like 500 caps. Also an easy way to make money is by selling bulked versions of your materials. Vendors take all the bulked versions of materials and I always have a ton of them since I pick everything up. Selling is a good way to stay below the stash limit while still making money.
sounds like sage advice. Any tips on picking up enough plastic to do that?
Plastic is plentiful enough on its own that you can get a good running stockpile of it by picking up stuff like pens. If you want to get a huge amount of it at any time stopping by Morgantown Highschool is a must. The cafeteria has a fuckton of plastic utensils, plates, and cafeteria trays, plus the school was having a Halloween party when the bombs hit so there is a ton of plastic candy buckets and pumpkins. Other good places to get plastic include any place that is a themepark/carnival. They've got tons of plastic cups lying around and are a good source of screws and springs as well since there's a bunch of children's toys that were meant to be prizes for the carnival games there.
Ummm. Not the video I expected from the title.
I don't dignify clickbait. Is it a joke or what?
To be honest I'm not quite sure myself. Whatever it's trying to say it's saying it really passive-aggressively.
If it's above your standards it's above your standards. After hearing so much schlep about this game the clickbait worked.
Edited by Soble on Mar 20th 2019 at 10:12:50 AM
So who is it from, and what is it saying?
It's really not serious. The entire video is a joke about the ability to drink alcoholic beverages.
I literally made the same friggin joke earlier in this same thread
(3) Some dude named Kevduit. He loads up the new update, seems to be enjoying it, (2) flips out over the booze, and at the end he apparently realizes it was a bad dream and finds himself playing Skyrim again.
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