After Fallout 76 was released last year in November, it let down many, many fans of Bethesda's games with quite a number of technical problems, bugs, and glitches. Then, another thing that made fans even angrier is that they added non-cosmetic microtransactions to the game this year in April even though they promised that they would never do that.
Well, Bethesda has posted a new status update on their official website which will probably make fans feel better. They have announced that they are working on a public test server and that they hope it will be available in 2020. Another thing that is mentioned is that perk loadouts are also planned for early 2020. Then, something that might disappoint some fans; even though it was originally planned for the Legendary system to arrive this year, it has been delayed and, now, it is in the plans for the first part of 2020.
Also, the Bethesda team is working on improving your account's security, and they are very close to making the multi-factor authentication available by the end of this year. In addition, they are working on fixing the social menu issues and making improvements regarding Public Events, one of which is reducing the cooldown between Public Events by at least half with a fix included in Patch 14.
Hopefully, Bethesda will manage to “figure out all (or most of) the kinks,” as they put it, and that their fans will be a lot happier and enjoy Fallout 76 without worrying about bugs and glitches.