It looks like Fallout 76 is yet to hit the bottom of the barrel, with publisher Zenimax now forced to issued refunds to Australian gamers after the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) contacted the company due to multiple reports of faults and issues with the game.
Still seen to have a wealth of bugs and issues, Fallout 76 has invited derision and controversy not only due to technical faults but also because of the recent announcement of the Fallout 1st paid subscription that saw players receive broken Scrap Boxes and private servers that weren’t technically private.
With the announcement from the ACCC that Zenimax have “acknowledged they are likely to have misled certain Australian consumers” it begs the question as to whether or not governments will pay closer attention to the advertising campaigns by Bethesda in the future.
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