Bethesda Studios have often been critics and punchlines aiming to release their games with unforeseen glitches and bugs over the years, while the latest studio game Fallout 76 may not be able to recover from the controversial launch. Dissatisfied fans demand a refund, and Bethesda's response to the response has resulted in at least one law to decide on class action lawsuits.
While Bethesda's "Fallout" is widely regarded as one of the best first-person shooter bands, the move to the Fallout 76's multifunctional format has caused skepticism. The early admission of the game was warm at best, with major releases like Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and Red Dead Redemption 2.
But even those who have decided to try Fallout 76 have struggled with limited gaming and game breaks, causing player spells to claim full Bethesda compensation. The Bethesda Compensation Policy stipulates that players can not receive compensation after downloading the game, but some players reported that they were reimbursed after contacting the support team.
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Players who successfully lobbied for the compensation posted on Reddit, causing a series of r / Fallout users to reimburse. Bethesda eventually returned to its remuneration policy, but the discrepancy allowed players to further cheer up the company's business practices.
In a separate situation, players who ordered $ 200 "Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition" reported that the kit was not sent as advertised. While a special edition package had to be a West Tek canvas bag, Bethesda replaced it with a cheaper nylon bag. The client, who asked the support staff, said that the company decided to change the bag due to lack of supply and that Bethesda did not plan to address this issue.
The wrong answer triggered another wave of complaints, which prompted Bethesda to issue a follow-up announcement and offered additional $ 5 to those who bought special expenses.
Now the Washington based law firm, founded by D.C., Migliaccio & Rathod LLP, has announced plans to investigate Bethesda's repayment policy and Power Armor Edition ads to determine whether it is worth lobbying for class action requests for misleading trading practices. By preparing a potential class suit in court, the company asks dissatisfied players submit a confidential questionnaire if they try to get a refund or receive a nylon bag with Power Armor Edition.
The prospect of Fallout 76 already looks bad for two weeks after release, but Bethesda will have to work so that negative feedback does not affect future games. The company already has advanced improvements to Fallout 76 next month and has pledged more transparency to move forward.