Fallout 76 had its full release yesterday and the game hasnt been without its problems.
Despite launching a beta version of the game being available to help address any potential problems before the full launch, Bethesda hasnt yet released a new patch to fix some of the issues.
One feature that some users have wanted is a push-to-talk option, as currently all voice chat is automatically open to help create a game that is alive with real people.
If youre waiting for this to feature to be included then here is everything that you need to know.
Is push-to-talk being added to Fallout 76?
Bethesda released a Fallout 76 beta a few weeks ago so that players could try out the game and report back with any issues that they felt needed to be addressed.
One request that was raised by PC users was the need for a push-to-talk option, instead of having voice chat constantly turned on.
Following the feedback Bethesda posted an update on Reddit saying: While we aim to create a consistent experience no matter what platform youre on, we understand that some of you on PC would like the option for Push-to-Talk.
Our goal with voice chat being on by default is to highlight that the world is alive with real people, other players like you.
The developer then said that it would look into adding the push-to-talk feature, but the post has since been edited to confirm that it will be added to the game in the near future.
This means that PC users can expect the option to be available soon, most likely as part of the next update to the game.