To freshen up on what happened back in November: atop of the evident problems that plagued the newly released Fallout 76, fans who pre-ordered the Collector’s Edition for the game faced a whole new problem that was not related to the game’s state. The fans who paid the extra coin for a collection of Fallout-themed goodies soon found out that the promised canvas bag advertised for the specified edition did not ship with the bundle, but instead was a nylon bag that shared the same prints.
This subject alone created a whole different controversy for both Fallout 76 and Bethesda leading into the New Year. Especially as the publisher responded with compensating purchasers with 500 Atoms, the respected game’s in-game currency which is the equivalent to $5.00 in real-time cash only continued the downward spiral the latest title was heading.
But now it seems that more than half a year after the game launched, Bethesda is finally fulfilling their initial promise for the Collector’s Edition as fans are receiving the correct canvas bag to hold their T-51B power armor helmet.
— Ben V Shadow (@V_Shadow_UK) June 14, 2019
My Fallout 76 bag arrived xD i never really cared about the wrong bags back last year but to be honest this new one is hella better pic.twitter.com/gYNeOM9bCy
— ⚡Voltsy 🐍 (@HeroVoltsy) June 15, 2019
In related news for surrounding Fallout 76, Bethesda at the publisher’s 5th annual showcase at E3 revealed the coming Nuclear Winter Summer content will debut with the titular battle royale mode that is planned to drop sometime in the coming weeks.
Fallout 76 is available now for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.