While free games are always good, there are still a number of problems with Fallout 76 despite several large patches. The image of the console was released on Twitter by the creator of the game to grab user's attention.
Other issues have cropped up as well, including something as silly as a canvas bag production issue.
In a report via DSOGaming, Bethesda will give all 2018 players of the game a free copy of the Fallout Classic Collection. The company is also offering Fallout Classic Collection with any new purchase of Fallout 76 through Bethesda's own digital store and launcher, which is now on sale for $39.99. These classic games from the post-apocalyptic series can be played on PC only.
Although it won't be arriving in time for Christmas, Bethesda is offering their loyal players a gift for playing Fallout 76 in 2018.
Either way, the Fallout 76 player rewards not only apply to PC owners, they also apply to Xbox One and Playstation 4 owners, though you may still need a PC to play those three games. Right now, the collection is on sale for $5.99 (about Rs 419) on Valve's store due to the Steam Winter Sale.
Many will argue that giving away 20-year-old games hardly makes up for the mess that Fallout 76 was (is?). The offer will be expiring at the end of this month and the free codes are also expected to be distributed amongst the players by the approach of the early January. It includes the original Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.