Last night, while dreams of unbelievable glitches danced through gamers' heads, Bethesda Softworks and Obsidian Entertainment released the first of what is sure to be many updates in a hurried attempt to fix Fallout: New Vegas' bugs.
Exactly what the updates released so far are supposed to fix remains somewhat unclear, beyond an autosave issue in the PC version. Gamers without access to Xbox Live or PlayStation Network must continue to play through the bugs and glitches... so get those Ethernet cables connected!
Above: Somehow I don't think a Stimpak will take care of that...
Senior Designer Chris Avellone has attributed these bugs to the size of the game, saying, “I think when you create a game as large as Fallout 3 or New Vegas you are going to run into issues that even a testing team of 300 won't spot, so we're just trying to address those as quickly as possible and so is Bethesda.”
We still like you, Fallout: New Vegas, even if you've got an unfortunate little infestation going on.
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