Game Fallout 76 was expected by many, but the release on 14 November was not as smooth as the company had hoped Bethesda.
In the US, the customer who tried to return my copy of Fallout 76, trashed the store, when he was told that he can’t get your money back.
The incident happened at the Gamestop store in North Carolina, writes Dexerto citing social media posts.
As you can see from the video, the Gamestop employee told the guy that he can only get a store credit because of the strict return policy, but he will be able to use this credit to purchase another game from the store. “There’s nothing I can do about it”, – assured the officer.
As soon as the employee was distracted by another customer in the store, in the background you hear the blow, and when the camera turns, we see that the enraged owner of the Fallout hit the pile of boxes.
The client then turned over another rack, which was intended for network cards, Xbox Live and PlayStation Network, and then begins to destroy the shelves with games. I wonder what the Gamestop employee was keeping calm.
Game Fallout 76 was expected by many, but the release on 14 November was not as smooth as the company had hoped Bethesda. Critics and fans were disappointed with various bugs and performance issues. The fans hope that the next upgrade to 50 GB, issued on 19 November, will help to solve these problems, although the patch seem to have come too late for the disgruntled fan Fallout from the video.
Games Bethesda designer Todd Howard focused on the fact that on the map there are only players and monsters. Action Fallout 76 occur 25 years after the nuclear war, and people have not had time to re-settle in the city. Because of this, the player will not be able to run to the nearest tavern and get the quest from the bartender. The preppers only have to build, fight monsters and each other.
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