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Meat Week cooks up a storm in Fallout 76 this month

Bethesda also addresses some of the issues raised after Patch 11, including reports that they're still looking into.

Bethesda has released another Inside the Vault post for Fallout 76 that's all about what's being fixed after Patch 11 landed, as well as giving us an inside look at a seasonal event starting this month.

Feedback after Patch 11 uncovered a number of issues, and a hotfix was released yesterday, the details of which you can find here. One of the issues saw legendary enemies neglecting to drop legendary loot, as well as another problem where non-legendary creatures are being displayed with legendary names.

What's more is Bethesda is also looking into reports from players missing power armour pieces, along with other issues like stability, quests not completing correctly, and more, although fixes for these are coming at a later date.

As for the seasonal event, this is starting on July 30 and will run for a week, called Meat Week. Wandering vendor Grahm is hosting a party for wasteland survivors, but he needs you to collect food as part of two events - Primal Cuts and Grahm's Meat Cook.

Primal Cuts sees you hunt down Prime Beasts, starting every 15 minutes at three different locations on the map at the same time, each of which features different difficulties of beast. Legendary items await those who can best this challenge, as well as Grahm's gratitude, of course.

Grahm's Meat Cook starts every hour though, and tasks you with cleaning up leftovers, feeding Chally the Moo Moo, putting out fires, and providing musical entertainment, similar to what we've seen with the Fasnacht Parade before. Barbeque-themed loot awaits as rewards, and the more successful you are, the better the loot.

"You can complete this event as many times as you'd like, and feel free to leave your weapons at home because you won't encounter any nasty creatures at the Meat Cook (they're all afraid of Chally!) So, when you're not busy gathering wood for the fire, or turning a meat spit, be sure to meet a few of the other Dwellers who have shown up to join the festivities," Bethesda writes.

QuakeCon is starting next week, and Fallout 76 will have its own panel too, with Bethesda sharing details on plans for the rest of 2019, including the anticipated Wastelanders update (with Bethesda telling us at E3 that NPCs were the "number one most-requested feature"), Nuclear Winter, Vaults, and more, all of which will be streamed.

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