The Bethesda team kept their word and released the major inventory update for the online game Fallout 76. The patch to version 1.5.1 is now available for download on both PC and consoles. As the name suggests, this time the focus is primarily on the inventory. After installing the update, you have an increased storage capacity of 1,200. So you should first have enough storage space for your in-game things. There is also a function that will help you sort your inventory more easily.

There is also a color update for the build mode, numerous optimizations and many bug fixes. The full list of changes can be found on the official website of Fallout 76 (buy now /€ 35.99 ). You can find a suitable video below this message. However, here are the highlights of the update in an overview:

Highlights of the inventory update for Fallout 76

  • More space for your things: We have increased the storage crate capacity to 1,200 so that you can store even more loot.
  • Easier sorting of the inventory: Use the three new tabs "New", "Armor" and "Food / Drink" to keep track of all your things in the inventory.
  • Are you burdened? When you select a stack of items in your inventory, the menu now shows the total weight of the stack.
  • Know early on: Quick info on the map now shows how many legendary 1, 2 and 3-star items players' vending machines have in stock.
  • Color update for construction mode: The frames in build mode are now blue instead of green, so that color-blind players can more easily distinguish between legal and illegal placements.

Source: Bethesda

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