Fans and the industry alike love the Fallout series. However, everyone admits that the games can be a bit on the buggy side sometimes. This is something Bethesda has worked hard to address during the development of Fallout 4 to ensure that players had a relatively stable experience at launch. Today, the company revealed their plans on how issues will be handled moving forward.“Our process for updating the game will include releasing a beta patch on Steam, followed by full release on PC, then release on the consoles,” said Bethesda in a blog post. “This process has worked well for us in the past and allows us to get more fixes out faster. Expect to see more updates, that are smaller and more frequent, than a few big ones. This allows us to make sure each fix is working right, as any change can have unintentional side effects in a game this huge. We expect the first beta patch to be up next week.”While Fallout 4 is a relatively stable and solid release for many, some users have had less than pleasurable experiences, with the worst incidents involving game crashes. A game of this scale, with so many different systems working in conjunction with one another, is bound to have bugs and glitches that people will run into. It’s to be expected. However, Bethesda is being more vigilant than ever when it comes to addressing the bigger issues that have been reported. With the game’s popularity growing each day, Bethesda will surely have their hands full fixing any problems that users will run into.Fallout 4 was released last week for the PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One and broke records for the series. Bethesda shipped $750 million worth of copies during the game’s launch, which accounted for 12 million copies of the title. It also met with great success on Steam, where it sold 1.87 million digital copies in just three days.