Bethesda Is Sending Out Replacements For Fallout 76's Nylon Trash Bags

Bethesda Is Sending Out Replacements For Fallout 76's Nylon Trash Bags

There's no indication as to when the bags will be ready for shipment, although the publisher states that the item will be shipped as soon as they are available.

Consumer vitriol escalated when it was discovered that before Fallout 76 was even released, Bethesda supplied influencers with a different canvas Fallout 76 bag for free. We will be increasing the stash limit in the coming weeks. If you purchased the Power Armor edition, you can just submit a ticket and your nylon bag will be replaced with the promised canvas one. Congratulations on your enduring, hard-wearing reminder of that time you spent £175 on a bland game.

Bethesda has announced that players who bought Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition will be getting sent replacement canvas bags in an attempt to fix the damaged relations with the Fallout community.

YouTuber HeelsvsBabyface was the first to notice that various unboxing videos featured a duffle bag and not the cheap nylon thing from the ordinary special edition. If you purchased the CE, please visit https://beth.games/2QDropM and submit a ticket by January 31, 2019. The download size is approximately 3GB, and around 36MB for PC. This will make it much easier to hang onto your stuff, and Bethesda says it's planning "to increase the storage cap further in the future once we've verified this change does not impact the stability of the game".

The update also uncaps framerates, now that Bethesda have fixed the ha-ha-hilarious problem of players with higher framerates moving and acting faster. And automatic weapons have a damage boost of about 20%. These include support for 21:9 resolutions, a push-to-talk option for voice chat, a field of view setting, and respeccing Special points.

Related News:



Most liked

Microsoft deems Apple's iPads kiddie tablets in hilarious new Surface Go ad
All that aside, it's nice to see Microsoft and Apple playfully poking fun at each other once again. The ad is funny-ish, and it just gets the point across really well.

Pokemon GO trainer battles confirmed to arrive in December
There's also a new shared meter for a second charge attack, unlocked by paying a one-time cost in stardust and candy. One of the best things about the new Trainer Battle system is that there's no reason not to do it.

PETA Offers Alternatives to Sayings With 'Anti-Animal Language'
The activist group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), has a problem with phrases it says are anti-animal. The group suggested that some commonly-used turns of phrase are anti-animal and that they should be removed and replaced.

‘No chance’ Loftus-Cheek leaves in January
I like very much to play in that period. "Today we will see the reaction, we will see the situation with the back". Wolves are winless in their last six games in the Premier League to drop to 12th place in the English top flight.

Lynette Dawson's family 'ecstatic' and emotional after cold case arrest
Questions had also arisen around the Dawson property, leading to the excavation, Detective Superintendent Cook added. Dawson denies killing his wife, and says she left home at the time of her disappearance to get some time to herself.

Good and bad from 49ers loss vs. Seahawks
It's an perception Sherman reinforced this week when he said during his weekly press conference that the two have no relationship. Mullens attempted 48 passes with 30 completions and only threw for two touchdowns.

Monetary policy review: RBI keeps repo rate unchanged at 6.5%
The first reduction of 25 basis points will take effect in the quarter commencing January 2019. Oil prices have fallen almost 30 per cent after hitting a high of $86/barrel early October.

British spymaster cautions Russia: Don’t underestimate the West
And he will talk of the need for "fourth-generation espionage", fusing human skills with technical innovation. And in a direct appeal to students, Mr Younger called for the need for diversity in MI6.

Cancer breakthrough as scientists develop 'game-changing' 10 minute test
A quick and easy test to detect cancer from blood or biopsy tissue could eventually result in a new approach to patient diagnosis. If DNA from cancer cells is then added, it sticks to the nanoparticles in such a way that the water retains its original colour.

Agusta "Middleman" Christian Michel Sent To 5-Day CBI Custody: 10 Points
Christian Michel is the alleged middleman of the Rs 3600 crore AgustaWestland helicopter deal between Italy and India. Even before Michel, his father had also been a consultant of AgustaWestland, UK for the Indian Territory.

Yemen's gov't negotiating team departs for UN-sponsored peace talks in Sweden
He said the stark figures underlined the importance of progress in the talks in Sweden. Houthi delegates flew to Stockholm from Yemen's rebel-held capital, Sanaa, on Tuesday.

Astronauts blast-off to ISS in first launch since Russian rocket failure
The last Canadian astronaut to visit the space station was Chris Hadfield, who was on a five-month mission that ended in May 2013. She has said that training to spacewalk was similar to rugby since it demands "grit, toughness, mental focus, and more".

Bryce Harper free agency rumors soar after high-profile concert
Nelly took the opportunity to pitch Harper on the Cardinals - and to provide whatever negotiating support might be needed by the team.

Green Bay Packers fire associate head coach Winston Moss
McDaniels spurned the Indianapolis Colts after agreeing to become their next head coach during last year's hiring cycle. McCarthy named him an assistant head coach in 2007 after working with Moss for five season.

George Soros-backed university ‘forced out’ of Hungary
Orban whose vision for an "illiberal democracy" in Hungary clashes with the liberal, internationalist vision championed by Mr. Some Hungarian-accredited courses will still be taught at the Budapest campus, the university added.