The quality of the Fallout 76 software is not very special. However, you can fix the problem just before another failure occurs. Bethesda now plans to introduce a public test server in 2020, and it stated “Once we’ve figured out all (or most of) the kinks, we will be able to provide more details on our PTS and how you can participate”.
The diversity issue of Fallout 76 is well known, ranging from technical issues such as redundant work to structural issues such as lack of NPCs. Bethesda has tried to solve many of these problems within 10 months of launching the game and will cover others in the future.
Multi-factor authentication under development
Until the company finds curiosity, we can no longer know how PTS works, but it is safe to say that some regular users using this early version will take their steps within a few days. A few weeks before they spread widely. Developers are working on secure multi-factor authentication for their Bethesda.net accounts at the end of 2019, which increases the load at the beginning of 2020. Unfortunately for those who want a legendary system, there is bad news. This was planned for 2019, but it should only appear in the first quarter of 2020.
This is not included in the detailed design decision and will not lead to repair of the damaged collection. However, it can help Bethesda catch bugs and balance the game with real conditions that the QA team is hard to reproduce. You can see the fine-tuning, not to mention the inoperative functions that work as intended.
The current minimum system requirements for Fallout 76 are not very demanding and unaffordable for a 2019 gamer: 8 GB of RAM, NVIDIA GTX 780 3GB or AMD Radeon R9 285 2GB and Intel Core i5 6600k 3.5 GHz.