I'm sorry, it's ridiculous, I don't even know how this content got added to the game without the developers thinking about fixing the player base frustrations. I love Fallout, there is no series like it, but this game is going to lose its player count once players realize they aren't going to get anything for their time. Bethesda hasn't even realized yet that if they changed the limits, it would give players more incentive to play more and maybe not even complain anymore about crafting legendary weapons.
Honestly, if they removed the scrip limit, it probably wouldn't hurt at all, given the crappy odds to roll anything "good." If there's more than 30 weapons in the game, and more than twenty legendary prefixes, the odds of you getting something good are slim. This is worsened by the fact that some weapons can't even drop from legendaries, just at the purveyor. This is worsened by the fact that some of these guns and legendary effects are completely useless, broken, and just garbage collected, sitting in our stash box, which also has a crappy limit. People wouldn't even complain about stashbox limits, probably if they didn't need to hoard useless legendaries. Also, the scrip limit has been the same since Wastelanders and Steel Dawn items released, which is in itself ridiculous.
Anyway, I've bought this game for a grand total of five people, and we are still playing but noticing the player count dwindling, and noticing that no matter how much we play, we really don't know if we'll get the rewards we want. These thoughts are also being echoed in this community.. So, it's definitely a real thing. I'll keep playing this game till I burn out, but till then every time we log on to play this game, it's going to be a matter of "hoping" to get something good, not working towards it. . If they can't change limits or even come up with a reroll system, they may as well sell the Fallout series because they have already shown us they can't even fix bugs or communicate to us about the player base frustrations.
Before you downvote, have the guts to post logical reasoning on here on why your downvoting. Care to explain how the current system is functioning well, and how? If you really think 300 scrip is going to be a game changer, since it was in PTS, please elaborate on how this helps. 300 scrip isn't going to help you get the plans you need FIRST before you even roll the weapon.
If they want an easy fix, add BOS tokens to Daily OPS as chance drops, (guaranteed for elder) let us redeem a certain amount for the plans. Let us craft these things or remove the scrip, so we can farm towards something good, don't let this be a guessing game. This isn't Summoners War or some other mobile game, it's fucking Fallout bro.
Edit: Yes, it would be lovely to sit down and just enjoy this game without caring about weapons, while RNJesus surprises us. BUT, bugs make this game less enjoyable, we get kicked after putting our workshops up, we get disconnected, we lag in daily ops, the daily ops progression bar stops, we cant put floors in shelters, we cant snap many camp items properly, the scorchbeast Queen fight can be laggy for console players, Earle falls through the ground, Earle flies through the ceiling, Earle stop doing drugs, legendary drops bug through the ground, some weapons can't be used for long because they break too fast, and it goes on and on. Some people have no server issues, but don't forget, the game runs on an engine that is over ten years old, that was originally made for single player games, just modified to support Fallout 76. The instability is a real thing, if not for you, good for you. You don't know if the server is unstable because of what people are doing in it, player count, etc, but we know the problems are there, fast internet connections or not.
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© Post "1 year from today, do you really think you’ll have all the rare plans from Daily ops? What about a legendary variant of the new plans, let alone a good one? How does it feel to play this game everyday, wondering if you’ll get something good or not, knowing you can’t progress towards a good reward?" for game Fallout.
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