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Bethesda gives ‘Fallout 76’ three free games

Bethesda is hoping to make up for all the issues that plague Fallout 76 by offering players a free copy of Fallout Classics Collection. These include Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics. It’ll be playable on the PC but the offer will be given to any player who logged into the full Fallout 76 game this year—whether you played on the PC or console. According to Bethesda, the freebie will be available in early January. While this doesn’t address the ongoing issues of the game, the developer is hoping this will appease its gamers a bit. As Engadget points out, though, one other way Bethesda can make up for things is by fixing the game and its issues.


Bethesda support site for ‘Fallout 76’ leaks customer information

If you think things couldn’t get any worse for Bethesda, well, they just did. The latest issue has customers reporting that they’re getting access to other customers’ personal data when they submit support tickets through Bethesda’s support site. Earlier in the week, Bethesda told customers to file claims on the support site if they’d purchased the Power Armor edition of Fallout 76 and want their canvas bags replaced. What this prompted though, is that some customers got information they shouldn’t have access to, like addresses, emails, and some even partial credit card information. Bethesda resolved the issue after taking the site down for a bit. But there will expectedly be fallout (pun unintended) from this latest trouble and Bethesda has to pick up the pieces once again.

Source: Polygon


Bethesda will actually ship canvas bags for ‘Fallout 76’ Power Armor Edition buyers

Not as advertised, this was the bag Power Armor Edition buyers were getting

Buyers of the US $200 Power Armor Edition box for Fallout 76 were not happy when they received the bundle and found a rather cheaply-built nylon bag in place of what was promised to be a “West Tek Canvas Carrying Bag.” Last week, Bethesda tried to get back into the good graces of the players by giving them 500 atoms (in-game currency worth around US $5) to make up for it. But now it looks like they’re going to live up to their word. Bethesda announced on Twitter that it is “finalizing manufacturing plans for replacement canvas bags” and those who bought the Collector’s Edition should fill out a ticket by the end of January. The developer didn’t say when the bags will be shipping, but at the very least they’re living up to what was promised.

Source: Engadget


Bethesda reportedly rescinds its ‘Fallout 76’ PC refunds

Late last week, there were reports that Bethesda was offering refunds to PC players of Fallout 76 for those who cited problems like performance issues. But new developments suggest this might not be happening. A recent post from Reddit user ZPKane suggests there was a refund offered before but the company has since rescinded the offer. ZPKane first got an email from Bethesda when he voiced his displeasure about the game’s performance saying they couldn’t process the refund at the moment, but they will get back to him when they can. While waiting for the refund to push through, he got another email saying that the downloaded game isn’t eligible for a refund.

While doing research on the issue, Spiel Times found Bethesda’s refund policy which states, “If you want to download digital content within the 30-day cancelation period, you must agree to waive your cancelation rights.” So, for now this might be the reason why the refunds aren’t pushing through. Bethesda hasn’t released a comment on the matter just yet. 

Source: ComicBook