Without question, Bethesda Game Studios’ titles are some of the most modded games in existence–despite being nearly a decade-old game, The Elder Scrolls V: Skryim is continually being propped up by the modding community with expansions, added content, and texture packs. With this in mind, it’s almost crazy that reports are coming out claiming that Bethesda is banning players of Fallout 76 who are running third-party programs over the game. And it’s even weirder it comes with a homework assignment.
We’ve reached out Bethesda for further confirmation and will update accordingly. Meanwhile, the affected Fallout 76 players continue to argue that they were unfairly banned, pointing to the vagueness of this email as proof. Guess that means it’s unlikely any of them will be completing this homework assignment.
Those willing to still give Fallout 76 a chance discovered it wasn’t going to be a smooth ride. For a start, the developers decided to only run the beta program for a few hours at a time, rather than 24/7. That meant that even those gamers wanting to get to grips with Fallout 76 couldn’t necessarily do so when they had time to play. Come to mmocs.com now, you can buy Fallout 76 Bottle Caps with fast delivery and 100% safety.
There are too many issues to lay out here, but the game simply didn’t live up to expectations, offering a massive open world without much in the way of a coherent story or varied content. Even the collector’s edition was problematic, as the advertising showcased an item that wasn’t actually part of the $200 package.
In the meantime, Fallout 76 has had an interesting pick of news over the last month. On one hand, there is more than enough controversy falling around due to faulty microtransactions and the Duffle Kurfuffle of 2018. On the other end, they just recently revealed everyone playing the game (on any console) ahead of 2019 will receive the classic Fallout games for free.
While most people who are banned say they don’t deserve the punishment, JuiceHead’s video points out that all three of the sources the YouTuber spoke to said they shouldn’t have been banned. JuiceHead also highlighted the vagueness of the email which said a third-party program was simply running at the same time as Fallout 76 with the email also not specifying what, exactly, it was that got each one of the players banned.