Update: Bethesda has revised the Reddit record mentioned below, which now says it will add push-to-talk to Fallout 76 in the near future. This story has been updated to reflect that change.
Original Story: An entry on Reddit by Bethesda today thank Fallout 76 players to participate in the beta, says the development team read comments and listen to feedback and submit plans for any changes coming to Fallout 76 upon launch or post launch. It also says what habit change, and it's not good news.
On the plus side, ultraviolet resolutions will be supported after Fallout 76 was launched on November 14, according to the post. It's not a big surprise because an ini-tweak managed 21: 9 well with the exception of the user interface, but it's still good news that official support comes at a certain point.
For those who hope that an FOV controller would be added, there are bad news: it will not be. "We have not encountered FOV controls in our previous games because it is known to break a lot of animations and cause a lot of clipping on the screen. You can zoom in to third-party on your computer by holding Show and moving mousewheel, but we will not be able to get it for the first person's opinion. " Bua. Hopefully we will find a new way to adjust it, even though the last patch locks it.
Push to talk will be added in the near future, according to a revision of the Reddit record (which originally stated that it would be investigated.) There is no mention in the Reddit record of text chat, but another missing feature that would help all to communicate, especially deaf players, hearing impaired and someone else who prefer to write and read rather than talking and listening for some reason. Text chat is also a great way to detect and filter abusive languages in an online game. I'm 100% confused by the complete omission of text chat. We have keyboard on the computer. Let's use them. For some, it's their only option.
Coming back to something positive, the 400 pound basestash size will be enlarged at some point in the future. Players have requested this quite hardly since beta began, and I've just met the stash limit myself on Tuesday's beta, I'm looking forward to a little extra storage space as well.
You can read the entire post from Bethesda here on Reddit.