Fallout 76 is rolled out next week, on Wednesday November 14.
Gamers who have pre-ordered Fallout 76 have the opportunity of putting the beta to the test, then offering offering feedback to the developer.
The final beta session takes place on November 8, and remains available to all players on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
The three hour beta will go live at 2pm EMT in the US – 8pm GMT in the UK.
The Fallout 76 beta has exposed a lot of bugs and glitches and developer Bethesda has addressed regarding some fixes it is already planning based on feedback from the testing.
Bethesda has revealed the main issues thrown-up during the series of stress tests.
In-game chat has been a source of contention, with many commenters complaining about the lack a push-to-talk option.
The complaints appear to have been taken on board and a push-to-talk option will reportedly be implemented eventually.
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Bethesda has also revealed its intention to support ultra-wide 21:9 displays at some point post-launch.
Bethesda does plan to increase characters’ stash size, saying: “While the Stash size at 400 weight limit can get easier to deal with over time, we do plan on increasing it in the future.”
Some players had complained the hunger bar was buggy and would never replenish, and Bethesda says this has been fixed.
And random gunshot and other random noises near Appalachia will be addressed shortly after launch.
Other feedback has already been addressed, with some social menus and friends features now introduced.
The developer will not, however introduce a field-of-view slider, due to concerns it will affect the animations and cause clipping.
The company has been at pains to be clear it sees Fallout 76 as an ongoing project.
In an open letter published prior to the beta launch, it suggested that this was just the beginning and it would need players’ continued support to find any remaining glitches and improve the game.
Bethesda wrote in a statement to Eurogamer: “Many of the claims in the thread are either inaccurate or based on incorrect assumptions.
“The community has however called to attention several issues that our teams are already actively tracking and planning to roll out fixes for”
“Our goal is always to deliver a great experience for all our players.
“Cheating or hacking will not be tolerated. We know our fan base is passionate about modding and customising their experience in our worlds and it’s something we intend to support down the road.”