Bethesda has released the patch notes for Fallout 76's Update 2.1. The update--which is out now on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One--irons out some bugs, introduces new in-game events, and more.The headlining feature is the addition of two new in-game events: Fortifying Atlas and A Colossal Problem. The first, Fortifying Atlas, is a two-party community-wide event in which you--and other Fallout 76 players--are tasked with building a potential base for the Brotherhood of Steel faction. If everyone submits enough resources, the community will unlock even more events and new cosmetic rewards, including Brotherhood of Steel-themed customization items and more. The first part of Fortifying Atlas, Project Alpha, is officially underway; Project Bravo, part two of Fortifying Atlas, kicks off on August 27.The other event, A Colossal Problem, is "an instanced multiplayer Public Event." The event is pegged for players level 50 and above and can be started after blasting through the Monongah Mine. Once initiated, you're tasked with diving deep into the mine to battle against a huge legendary Wendigo Colossus. Should you and your squad take out the Wendigo Colossus before the event timer expires, you will be rewarded some loot, XP, Caps, Treasury Notes, and more.In addition to these two events, Update 2.1 brings Meat Week back to Fallout 76. The seasonal event will run from August 18-24, during which time you can earn some legendary Scrip, claim some loot, and join the community in a wholesome cookout.The update also makes a number of bug fixes. This includes art and animation issues relating to visual aesthetics, ironing out combat exploits, stabilizing performance and server functionality, and much more. You can see the full patch notes below.Full Fallout 76 Update 2.1 Patch NotesUpdate VersionCheck below for the update version and download size for today's patch on your platform of choice:PC (Bethesda.net): 126.96.36.199 (4.7 GB)PC (Microsoft Store): 188.8.131.52 (12.5 GB)PC (Steam): 184.108.40.206 (2.4 GB)PS4: 220.127.116.11 (8.7 GB)Xbox: 18.104.22.168 (13.2 GB)Fortifying ATLASStarting today, you can take part in "Fortifying ATLAS," a two-part community-wide effort to construct a prospective base for the Brotherhood of Steel. If the community successfully turns in enough supplies during the next few weeks, everyone will unlock events and new cosmetic rewards.A man named Russell Dorsey believes the Brotherhood of Steel is headed to Appalachia, and that ATLAS Observatory in the Savage Divide will make a perfect makeshift HQ when they arrive.Russell is heading up supply gathering efforts. He will ask everyone to help deliver an abundance of raw materials to aid in fortifying ATLAS over the next few weeks.If the community delivers enough scrap of each type in time, all players will earn in-game rewards, including new Brotherhood of Steel themed cosmetics, a Purveyor Super Sale, a Double S.C.O.R.E. Daily event, and more!Additionally, every time you contribute materials, you will receive "ATLAS Donor's Provisions," which you can open from your inventory to receive goodies and a chance at rare Plans.Fortifying ATLAS will take place in two parts: Project Alpha, starting August 4, and Project Bravo, which starts on August 27.Each Project has its own supply requirements, collection dates, and rewards.Read our recent article catch all the scrap collection dates and rewards.A Colossal ProblemPlease note: Today's update brings the new Public Event "A Colossal Problem" to the game. However, we are still making some performance tweaks and doing additional testing before we enable the event. We are planning to make "A Colossal Problem" available with a follow-up update in the next couple of weeks."A Colossal Problem" is an instanced multiplayer Public Event that will take place deep in the heart of Monongah Mine in the Savage Divide.Once we've enabled "A Colossal Problem," you will be able to meet Maggie Williams in Foundation to learn about Monongah Mine and begin the side quest "Something Sentimental."Unfortunately, the entrance to Monongah Mine has become blocked. You will have to blast your way inside by dropping a Nuke.After launching your Nuke, a Public Event Icon will appear on the Map and all players will receive a notification that "A Colossal Problem" has begun.If one instance of "A Colossal Problem" fills up, a new one will begin so that more players can start the event.Once inside Monongah Mine, you and your event mates will have a few minutes to prepare.This challenging encounter is tuned for characters who are level 50 or higher, and we recommend teaming up with others.When the prep time ends, you will drop deeper into the belly of the Mine and begin the battle against a towering legendary Wendigo Colossus and some of its closest friends.In addition to enemy creatures, stay alert for other hazards, like falling debris and a massive drill.If you topple the Colossus before the event timer expires, you will be rewarded with some loot, XP, Caps, Treasury Notes, and a chance at new themed items for your C.A.M.P.Don't linger too long, because Monongah Mine will surely collapse after your lengthy battle. Find a way out of the Mine in time, and you will escape with your life.Meat Week Returns!The Meat Week Seasonal Event is returning to Appalachia this month from August 18,
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