Please Note: While today’s hotfix addressed the duplication issue, you may find some unintended items still remain in your displays and vending machines. We advise you to look at your inventory to ensure the correct items are listed for sale and on display. After you remove these items they will no longer be on display or listed for sale unless you reassign them. Thank you!
Bethesda Game Studios has shut down the Fallout 76 servers for routine maintenance today (10 a.m. ET), and has rolled out the Fallout 76 update 1.39 June 2 patch, which is for fixes primarily, so don’t expect any new content.
Fallout 76 update 1.39 June 2 patch notes:
There’s just a fix included in this patch, and that’s basically it. Here’s the official word from Bethesda about it:
Maintenance has begun and we’ve now brought Fallout 76 offline on all platforms so that we can apply a fix for player Vending Machines and Display Cases. During this time you will be unable to log into or play Fallout 76, but you can return to this thread throughout maintenance and we will let you know as soon as you can jump back into the Wasteland. Thank you!
And that’s basically it. Again, this is a patch for a fix and nothing more, so don’t expect anything big. That said, if we hear or see anything new, we’ll make sure to update the post.
In the meantime, while you’re enjoying the Wastelanders content, you should also check out the Fallout 76 new roadmap to see what’s coming down the line.
Same as before, if you spot any changes included in the Fallout 76 update 1.39 June 2 patch, let us know down below in the comments. We’ll make sure to credit you for the find.
Update (6/2/20 – 2:36 p.m. ET): Added the extra notes from Bethesda.