Bethesda, the company behind Fallout: 76, is currently under investigation by a law firm based in Washington DC for refusing refunds to consumers after they get them. provided an "unplayable experience".
Fallout: 76 have been under fire from critics since it was released Nov. 14, with players complaining of technical problems, bugs and a general lack of engaging content.
It seemed that Bethesda was going to give players a way out, when the proposed PC players will reimburse the game on November 22nd.
It did not last long, however, and on November 25, Bethesda canceled the offer and will not accept any further returns.
Players have encountered a lot of bugs, some hilarious, some revealing, in Fallout: 76.
According to an article published by Games Industry, Bethesda is currently studying the law firm Migliaccio & Rathod for its return policy towards clients.
"While most new games are expected, minor errors and issues are expected, but Fallout 76 was launched with a 56GB patch that has proven to be a starting point for gambling problems. "
"Players who have tried to receive a refund due to the myriad of problems encountered in the game have not been able to do so since they downloaded the game, which allows them to face an experience. unplayable until patches bring it back to a playable state. "
– Bruno Ortega-Toledo, paralegal of Migliaccio & Rathod
So far however, no formal action has been taken against Bethesda, who has still not responded to the allegations of the investigation.
Users of a Reddit thread who discuss the survey said that they knew that it was impossible to return the purchased game.
A user wrote in a very appreciated comment that Bethesda "refused my refund because I had already" downloaded the game ".