Fallout 76 'Berry Mentats' not working or highlighting targets; 'fast travel' bugged too
Fallout 76 is set in an alternate universe where a nuclear war has decimated the world, and players must live in the post-apocalyptic wasteland of West Virginia.
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Fallout 76 Berry Mentats not highlighting targets
Berry Mentats is a consumable item in Fallout 76 that grants the user a temporary boost to their Intelligence, as well as highlighting living targets for a short period of time.
But players have recently complained that after utilizing the Berry Mentats, the highlighting effect around the living creatures is no longer visible.
This problem renders one of the key effects or boosts ineffective since detecting enemies and tracking down items throughout quests becomes difficult.
@BethesdaSupport the Berry mentats are not functioning properly on Xbox 76. Nothing glows anymore. Me and multiple friend’s who use it ALOT are having issues.
@BethesdaSupport I can’t log into the support site so I’ll put it here. Berry Mentats have not worked properly since the update. No highlighting
Fast travel bugged
Several players report that when they use fast travel, it transports them to random locations rather than the specified one.
In other circumstances, fast travel does not work as nothing happens when the player activates it. There are also instances where fast travel allegedly causes device crashes.
Not sure what is going on or if this is a new bug or just one I’m seeing now. I choose an ongoing event, hit travel, just nothing.
I love it when I fast travel. Paying caps to a vendor only for the game to crash while doing so, then loading into a different server with no vendor there. Super tight!
Fortunately, Bethesda Support has acknowledged these issues and said that they are currently investigating them. However, no ETA for a fix was shared.
We hope that developers can figure out what’s causing the issues and address them as soon as feasible. If and when they do, we will update this space accordingly, so stay tuned.
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