We previously talked about the fact that Bethesda might be facing a class action lawsuit because no one is happy with Fallout 76. Players feel like they’ve been sold “false lies” and they want their money to be returned. Bethesda doesn’t want to give anyone’s money back and to make things even worse, a Reddit user revealed that Bethesda has once again lied when it advertised the $200 Power Armor edition of the Fallout 76.
Bethesda Lies About Fallout 76 Again
Bethesda advertised a cool looking Power Armor edition of Fallout 76 that is priced at $200. This special copy of the game comes with a bunch of accessories such as a Power Armor Helmet and a “Canvas” Duffle Bag. Well, it looks like this is not true because a Reddit user revealed the falsely advertised canvas duffle bag is actually made from a cheap nylon material.
To make things even worse, the Fallout fan asked Bethesda for a refund and Bethesda decided to, simply put, tell him that the company doesn’t care about its fans or that the duffel bag was advertised as canvas.
“Due to unavailability of materials, we had to switch to a nylon carrying case in the Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition. We hope this doesn’t prevent anyone from enjoying what we feel is one of our best collector’s edition” said Bethesda to the Fallout fan who complained about the quality of the duffle bag.
Bethesda Offers In-Game Currency as “Peace Treaty”
As you can expect, gamers got really angry with Bethesda because they felt betrayed by the company. Bethesda decided to try and extend a peace treaty by offering 500 Atoms (Fallout 76 in-game currency) to everyone who has purchased the $200 edition of the game.