The bad news just keeps coming on for Bethesda Studios in regards to Fallout 76, as a Washington, DC law is discussing the idea of launching a class action lawsuit against the developer. At the heart of the potential filing is the claims Bethesda engaged in deceptive practices in order to encourage better sales and drive up revenue.
The law firm of Migliaccio & Rathod LLP took the opportunity to discuss the situation and wanted to contact them, and then tried and failed to receive a refund. As of Monday night, the post had received almost 2,000 comments, mostly from people who were frustrated with Bethesda for launching what they feel is a rather flawed product in Fallout 76.
When giving their rationale for the lawsuit, the firm made it a refusal to issue refunds during the primary focus but they also saw real problems in the game. "While minor bugs and glitches are expected of the most new games, Fallout 76 launched with a 56GB patch that has proven to be a starting point for the game's problems, "the post read.
Bethesda has handled its newest title in what is now one of, if not the longest running series, the company has had its portfolio. After the reddit post went up, Migliaccio & Rathod claimed they had gotten such a massive response it crashed their website.
The report responded with the level of anger in general in the gamers who anxiously awaited another chapter in the Fallout universe. Exploring a completely different time period as well as finally being able to explore the wasteland with other players Of course, it turned out some of the high-ups at Bethesda finally admitted that they were more than a little nervous about adding a multiplayer aspect to a series that has been singleplayer until now.
It turns out Todd Howard and company Reviews for Fallout 76 have been among the worst for any game Sales has been poorly known as the title first hit stores since just one week after just one third of the MSRP. Even their attempt to camouflage the price drop as just another great Black Friday offer blew up in their faces
People who bought Fallout 76 for $ 59.99 more just a few days ago Are already annoyed to the point they convinced Bethesda to start handing out in-game currency as compensation. The company is staring in a full-blown lawsuit in the face, this is just one more problem to add to the pile.
Fallout 76 is available for PC, PS4, and Xbox One.