Bethesda's Story Of Redemption Begins With Fallout 76 Battle Royale Mode & Wastelanders
Fallout 76 is the first complete online fallout experience delivered to the audience on November 14, 2018. The game was one of the most ambitious projects Bethesda had ever done. At E3 2018 Bethesda's Conference we got the first look at the game. Soon after the reveal the fans entered the hype train while waiting for more details on the game or the release. However, the hype and urge to play Fallout 76 were soon over after the game launched.
Fallout 76 launched on November 14, 2019, with a day one patch of 45 GB. Players were annoyed with the patch size meanwhile that was not all that the game had stored for the players. Fallout 76 players encountered more than 1000 bugs in the game and it's a matter of fact. The game crashed with an error (CE-34878-0) which required players to re-install the game with all the updates or re-install the OS.
Fallout 76 was a disastrous game with crashes, server disconnect, bugs which were encountered on a daily basis and a ton of other problems. The game had no NPC's and the quest line without any human NPC was simply boring. There were tons of exploits, bugs and other marketing issues which resulted in a backlash from the community.
People were not happy about a lot of things and they simply wanted refunds. The community was not happy with Bethesda for selling a broken unfinished game. The backlash from the community was seen on Steam, community forums and other places. There were a lot of problems which had to be addressed and fixed soon.
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