Bethesda has revealed what issues it will be addressing after the 'Fallout 76' beta tests.
The studio has kept an open dialogue with fans during the testing period, and it has now revealed a list of tweaks, bugs and other requests and explained what action will be taken.
In terms of technical issues, the company has revealed it is planning to support ultra-wide 21:9 displays at some point after launch, although it won't be implementing a field-of-view slider.
In a statement, it explained: "We haven't supported FOV sliders in our previous games as it is known to break a lot of animations and causes a lot of clipping to occur onscreen.
"You do have the option to zoom out in third person on PC by holding View and moving the mousewheel, but we won't be able to have it for first person view."
PC gamers have been calling for a push-to-talk voice chat feature, and the studio - which also confirmed social menu issues are being fixed - announced it would add it in the future.
In terms of gameplay, the company revealed plans to increase the stash size.
It added: "While the Stash size at 400 weight limit can get easier to deal with over time, we do plan on increasing it in the future."
Other fixes include some beta players noting that their hunger bar didn't replenish, as well as random gunshot and other loud noises, with the latter coming shortly after launch.
Bethesda has been open with fans about the fact it sees 'Fallout 76' as an ongoing project, and encouraged its users to report any bugs to help them.