Finally, the beta for Fallout 76 has been released for the PC platform, and the truth is that for now the picture is not good for the players of the Master Race. According to reports, the first problem is that the game does not have any slider to adjust the field of view (FOV) and there is no way to increase or decrease it through its configuration files.
The beta of Fallout 76 is released full of problems on PC
Bethesda has announced that the game will not support mods, so we may not see a FOV slider soon. This will be especially detrimental for players with more modest processors since they will have to process more screen elements. In addition, it seems that the speed of the game is tied to the frame rate. While PC players can unlock the framerate through the .ini configuration file, the speed of the game will increase and it will make it feel strange and unnatural.
Fallout 76 also seems to support only 16: 9 monitors. While players can force the aspect ratio of the widescreen (16:10 and 21: 9) through the configuration file, they will completely break the user interface, so if you have a next-generation monitor, you can not Take advantage of it and you’ll have to endure the black bands.
As if this were not enough, Bethesda has also ruined the game’s launcher and players must download it again. F high about 14 days for the arrival of the final version of Fallout 76 on PC, so it seems unlikely that you can solve all the problems that appeared in this beta. Have you played the Fallout 76 beta? We would like to know your experience with the game.