Fallout 76 June 2 Update Patch Rolled Out
Bethesda Game Studios has shut down the Fallout 76 servers for routine maintenance now (10 a.m. ET), and has rolled out the Fallout 76 upgrade 1.39 June 2 spot, which will be for repairs primarily, and therefore don’t expect any new content.
Fallout 76 June 2 Update 1.39:
There’s just a fix included in the patch, and that’s essentially it. Here is the official word from Bethesda relating to it:
Care has begun and we’ve now brought Fallout 76 offline on most platforms in order that we can apply a fix for player Vending Machines and Display Cases. In this time you’ll be not able to log into or perform Fallout 76, however you can go back to this thread throughout maintenance and we’ll allow you to understand after you’re able to jump back into the Wasteland. Thank you!Advertisement
Please Note: While the current hotfix addressed the duplication problem, you might come across some unintended things still remain in your screens and vending machines. We advise you to look over your inventory to ensure the correct items are listed for sale and on display. After you remove these things they will no more be on screen or listed for sale unless you reassign them. Thank you!
And that’s essentially it. Again, this can be a spot for a fix and more, so don’t expect anything big. Nevertheless, if we hear or see anything new, we’ll make sure that you update the post.
In the meantime, as you’re enjoying the Wastelanders content, then you should also have a look at the Fallout 76 new roadmap to see what’s coming down the line.
Same as before, if you see any modifications included in the Fallout 76 june 2 update 1.39 patch, let’s understand down below in the comments. We’ll make sure to credit you for your find.