Persecution of injury
The hits continue to come. Fallout 76 Players have been quite vocal about their dissatisfaction with West Virginia Wasteland. A slight story, bad multiplayer implementation, a boring stock system, and bugs largely bother the last Fallout game. But the last complaint suggests that Bethesda's shortcomings are not limited to the software.
On the E3, Bethesda announced a limited $ 199 Power Armor edition of Fallout 76 . The center point was a durable T-51b Power Armor helmet, but it had some other goodies. Among them was a "Canvas West Tek Duffel Bag," intended to store the helmet.
People who ponied up for the expensive Fallout 76 edition got something much cheaper in quality. The bag sent was actually nylon, not canvas. There is a big difference. The clay is heavy and can stand up to some wear. @DCDeacon
Bethesda, who looks to quickly quell this rebellion, sorted out a make-good. As announced over Twitter, people who ordered the Power Armor edition can contact customer service for an excuse gift of 500 Atom. It's $ 5 worth of microtransaction currency – and generally not enough to cover something worthwhile.
We understand and respect that there is disappointment with the bag in the Power Armor Edition. We are sorry. Contact Bethesda Support to provide proof of your CE purchase. They will help to give your account 500 Atoms.
Please visit: https://t.co/TJBMjYaph0
– Fallout (@Fallout) 29th November 2018
There is no silver lining here. Most Fallout fans, those willing to spend extra $ 140 on a collector's edition are probably disappointed with how Fallout 76 appeared. In turn, they are probably also disappointed that there is a good chance that their Power Armor release came late – in many cases, at least one week after the game's November 14 release date. And they are probably disappointed with the bag they thought they would get.
Disappointed, and $ 5 against cosmetics is not fixing any of it.
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