The latest Fallout 76 patch apparently brings back item duping and heavy bobby pins.
More dangers, no PvP protection, and double the rewards. Only the toughest will survive.
From Nvidia’s RTX cards to Telltale Games, to Fallout 76—this was 2018 in gaming. Join us for a look back on the year.
Fallout 76 players who had their account banned for using cheating software must write an essay to Bethesda to regain access.
Whether you enjoyed or disliked Fallout 76, you’ll be getting free classic games from the franchise if you logged on before 2018 ends.
Following weeks of backlash over Fallout 76, a glitch in Bethesda Support leaks private data on untold amounts of already disgruntled customers.
Bethesda reveals that in-game events for Fallout 76 are on the way. Because you could use some positive Fallout news for a change.
Against a wave of criticism, Bethesda changes its mind. But there is a time limit.
Bethesda just handed out lifetime bans for several players in Fallout 76. Why? Because of harassment and homophobic attacks.
Bethesda’s got another Fallout 76 controversy brewing due to “Nylongate.” This time around, it’s streamers receiving actual canvas bags even though collector’s edition buyers received nylon.
Nylongate, another snafu in a long line of missteps for Bethesda and Fallout 76. This time, it involves the Power Armor Edition and bags.
Fallout 76 is off to a rocky start, but Bethesda has started with being more open with communications while providing updates in December.
Players might be angry and disappointed because of Fallout 76. Still, Bethesda ended up providing canned, copy-pasted responses.