Wrap-Up: Rough but New
Right now Fallout 76 is kind of like a rusty gate. It opens and is functional, but it needs lots of care to make it shine. If you are thinking about picking the game up I advise you to play with friends or even with random players instead of going all-solo.
I have no doubt that Fallout 76 will get better and better over time as Bethesda rolls out different tweaks, but for right now be sure to expect FPS drops, frustrating menus, and to have a party to play with.
The game is genuinely engaging and enjoyable with other players, but it has lots of tedious and small things that add up quickly. Also be sure you're okay with service games and the whole rinse-and-repeat style of gaming before you step in, and don't expect any sprawling or grand stories at the beginning. Maybe it gets better with time, but I've mostly ignored a lot of NPCs simply because they just seem...boring.
Fallout 76 is a learning experience for both players and Bethesda, and right now we're all a little confused and new at this.
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