While we just got the big Fallout 76 Update 16 last week, that brought in new content and more, Bethesda Game Studios has released a new Fallout 76 patch today, and it’s live now! Fallout 76 update 1.32 clocks in at just 500MB on PS4, and 384MB on Xbox One.
Given the size of this patch, don’t expect any new content to be included. But thankfully, we know what it’s for.
Fallout 76 update 1.32 changes:
We are planning to roll out a small update for console versions of the game at 10:00 a.m. ET tomorrow, December 17, that brings a follow-up improvement for the bug fix reversion we made on Friday, December 13. While the change we made on Friday resolved the main symptoms of the armor/reload issue, this adjustment will address the issue more completely. This was already done for PC during Friday’s maintenance and now that we’ve determined it was successful, we are going to update consoles to match PC.
For those wondering, the reversion is for something done last week, which was Bethesda “reverted a fix from Update 16 that was intended to address an issue with the “+250 Damage Resistance While Reloading” legendary weapon effect, because it introduced a new issue that resulted in armor effects becoming disabled after reloading.”
Hopefully, this puts a squash to the big completely. If yout notice any new bugs or changes not mentioned above, let us know in the comments below.