Bethesda Issues Apology Over Fallout 76 Power Armour Edition Change

Bethesda Apoligizes for Fallout 76 Duffel Bag Switch-up

Bethesda’s $200 ‘Fallout 76’ collector’s edition isn’t what fans were promised

While complaints came from a variety of customers, one that got a lot of traction was written by AllGamesDelta who took issue with the product and Bethesda's curt response. If you picked up a Power Armor edition of Fallout 76 and are distressed about the nylon bag when you were promised a canvas one, you can check out the source link below to learn how to obtain your 500 Atoms. So those who picked up the $200 Power Armor edition might already be feeling some buyer's remorse. A customer who made an inquiry to a support employee was told that the company chose to change the bag because of a lack of supplies, and Bethesda had no plans to address the issue.

Facepalm: It seems that when it comes to Fallout 76, Bethesda is struggling to get anything right.

Disgruntled fans are demanding refunds, and Bethesda's handling of the backlash has led at least one law firm to consider a class-action lawsuit. No word yet whether Bethesda will offer more compensation for the falsely advertised bag, but if and when they do, we'll make sure to keep you updated. Atoms are Fallout 76's premium currency, and 500 of them will run you about $5 United States dollars.

We are sorry that you aren't happy with the bag.

Bethesda Apoligizes for Fallout 76 Duffel Bag Switch-up

"Unfortunately, due to unavailability of materials, we had to switch to a nylon carrying case in the Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition", Bethesda explained.

And third, Fallout 76 has bombed so badly to the point where many gamers say it has destroyed the entire franchise, and Bethesda pull this move in the weeks post-launch. However, the official response is even worse, with the game's social media accounts sharing a link to the Bethesda support offering 500 Atoms. The bag shown in advertisements for the collector's edition was "a prototype".

At E3, Bethesda announced a limited $199 Power Armor edition of Fallout 76. We aren't planning to do anything about it'. Players can gain atoms by doing simple early-game tasks like collecting caps, as well as completing daily and weekly in-game challenges, typically in a few hours of game time or by spending $5 in the microtransaction shop. The latest misstep has to do with the game's Power Armor edition, and Bethesda's method of apology isn't going down too well. Players thinking they could purchase the skin that features the aforementioned canvas bag.costs 700 Atoms.

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