Fallout 76 Dumpster Fire Continues, NPC Stealing Players Stuff

As we speak an intense debate is raging among the scientific community. Previously the second law of thermodynamics presented the notion of the entropic nature of systems that leads them to their inevitable decline and death. Since its inception, this has been considered gospel by the scientific community, but then Fallout 76 came along; refusing to cease burning despite having reached the point it should have suffered its scientifically ordained entropic death. As it has not scientists have are now divided into three warring camps. Continue reading “Fallout 76 Dumpster Fire Continues, NPC Stealing Players Stuff”

Fallout 76: Wastelanders Update And Steam Version To Release On April 14th, 2020

Persistently trying, Bethesda Softworks and Bethesda Game Studios are still trying to spread the controversial game known as Fallout 76 to different clients. This means the game known for all its woes will be on both the Bethesda.net launcher and Steam when the Wastelander update drops on April 14th, 2020.
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Bethesda Surprised Few Wanted to Play PVP In Fallout 76

According to Pete Hines (so grain of salt this news given the source’s history of outright lying about internal occurrences), revealed in statements made to US Gamer how Bethesda was surprised few wanted to actually play PvP in Fallout 76. How or even why this revelation was surprising after they intentionally nerfed what was already a fun-lacking, unrewarding mode more known for rampant cheaters and hackers was not discussed. Nor was any mention made towards how the toxic community chased out those interested in PvP. Continue reading “Bethesda Surprised Few Wanted to Play PVP In Fallout 76”

Fallout 76: Wastelanders Update And Steam Version Releases April 7th, 2020

Bethesda Game Studios and Bethesda Softworks are still updating the controversial game known as Fallout 76. This means the game known for raising eyebrows will be on both the Bethesda.net launcher and Steam when the Wastelander update drops on April 7th, 2020. Continue reading “Fallout 76: Wastelanders Update And Steam Version Releases April 7th, 2020”

Fallout 76: Wastelanders Rumors Circulate on 4chan

Disclaimer: what is about to be discussed cannot be independently verified. Though I believe it has a high degree of validity it remains rumor and should be taken with a grain of salt rather than as gospel. Continue reading “Fallout 76: Wastelanders Rumors Circulate on 4chan”

Bethesda Invites Select Players To Test Fallout 76 Wastelanders Update, Features NPCs And Dialog Choice

Bethesda Softworks and Bethesda Game Studios have messed up a whole lot with Fallout 76. From the devs doxing their players to banning people trying to help prevent widespread problems like the Christmas hack, Bethesda, in general, has tarnished their already troubled name. Well, now, the team is looking to “redeem” things by adding dialog options and NPCs through the Wastalanders update that will have a private playtest this week. Continue reading “Bethesda Invites Select Players To Test Fallout 76 Wastelanders Update, Features NPCs And Dialog Choice”

Fallout 76 PC Item Hack Goes Widespread And Gets Bethesda’s Attention

It has only been hours, and Fallout 76 has a hack going viral like the social injustice plague spreading throughout the games industry. The hack allows players to steal items from other players from afar or up close and laugh all the way to the bank using this exploit on PC. Continue reading “Fallout 76 PC Item Hack Goes Widespread And Gets Bethesda’s Attention”

Bethesda Doubles Down Against Fallout 76 Testers

In a previous article I postulated that Bethesda’s core issues appear to originate with upper management rather than on the employee level. After this latest development with the testers who were banned it goes beyond a reasonable doubt they are the origination of the issues plaguing the company. Continue reading “Bethesda Doubles Down Against Fallout 76 Testers”

Fallout 76 Bans People Helping Developers

Bethesda has reached a juncture where whenever Fallout 76 is mentioned the prevailing thought amongst gamers is excitement stemming from a morbid curiosity of what Bethesda has done now. Many have contended there is no lower the company could stoop, no depth they have not reached, but as with clown world there is new lows unbeknownst to the fickle imaginings of man. Continue reading “Fallout 76 Bans People Helping Developers”

Reports Of Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter Hacking On PC Surfaces Ahead Of Steam Release

Fallout 76 launch on Steam is right around the corner, whether it’s this year’s December or Q1 2020 — as some people are reporting. However, ahead of the controversial title hitting Gaben’s storefront, some PC goers via Bethesda launcher have to deal with hackers in Nuclear Winter, and it seems as if Bethesda hasn’t jumped on the situation as of this writing. Continue reading “Reports Of Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter Hacking On PC Surfaces Ahead Of Steam Release”

Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Orders Zenimax to Refund Fallout 76

There’s a common joke now that each week brings new controversy for Fallout 76. A game that simply cannot or will not catch a break has provided an endless stream of controversial occurrences. To such a degree there is now a conspiracy hypothesis floating around that Bethesda is intentionally tanking the game by making it as bad as possible so that when Starfield comes out people will love it for being an improvement over Fallout 76. Regardless of the validity of that claim today mere days after their last issue the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has ordered Zenimax to issue refunds to those that request one for Fallout 76. Continue reading “Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Orders Zenimax to Refund Fallout 76”

Many Report Fallout 76’s Halloween Event is Broken

Another week and other issue from Fallout 76. One would think with all the negative press and social proof around the game Bethesda would do their utmost best to launch the event to run smoothly on everyone’s client. That doesn’t appear to be the case, while many users are echoing a chorus of it isn’t happening to me, others are reporting that the event suffers from several bugs and occasional crashes. Continue reading “Many Report Fallout 76’s Halloween Event is Broken”

Bethesda Issues PR Update For A PR Update On Missing Fallout 76 Scrap Box Items

The usual suspects (shills) are coming out of the woodwork to defend Bethesda, saying stuff like, “Gamers can spend their money how they see fit.” Except, when a company lies and says that a triple-A paid game has no issues and later doubles back and confirms the issues are real, then it’s not only a problem but a paid scam. Continue reading “Bethesda Issues PR Update For A PR Update On Missing Fallout 76 Scrap Box Items”