Fallout 76’s new patch brings back several glitches that had been fixed.

Fallout 76 has received a new patch that, according to some players, re-introduces some previously fixed issues.

One of them has to do with the weight of the forks. When the game was released, many complained that the forks weighed much more than they should. To give you an idea, carrying around sixty was equivalent to a mini nuke, something quite problematic in a game where inventory is so important.

That problem was fixed on January 10 with a patch that reduced the weight of the forks from 0.1 to 0.001. But in an unforeseen turn of events, the patch published yesterday, January 29, has reestablished the original values, so they weigh the same as before January 10.

Fallout 76’s new patch brings back several glitches that had been fixed

It is not the only detail that the patch has returned to the original values, according to several users; It has also happened with the rate of appearance of fusion cores in the workshops, necessary for the power armor to have fuel, and with the duping glitch, an exploit that allows replicating objects in the inventory.

A Bethesda community manager has come out on Reddit, and has ensured that the complaints have reached the development team, so the solution, we hope, should arrive soon.

Fallout 76’s new patch brings back several glitches that had been fixed

In spite of everything, the patch has added some functionalities demanded by the players, and now when we look at recipes or plans the labels “known” and “property” appear to see if we already have them. Even so the latest update has created more problems than it has fixed, and it seems that Bethesda still has a long way to go to win back the hearts of the players.