Reddit users criticize developer’s response, noting the same comment being reused for other threads.
Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout 76 has faced a large amount of criticism and negative feedback since its launch. This is mostly due to the game’s numerous bugs, glitches, and fundamental design issues that undermine the whole experience. Though the game is less than two weeks old and Bethesda has outlined some future updates, players have been waiting for more communication or direction from the company in the face of current issues.
Over on the Fallout 76 sub-Reddit, Bethesda has responded to a post regarding a number of pending issues. It said, “Thank you for your post, and for your feedback. We want you to know that we’re always looking through posts, tweets, and comments for any and all feedback on the game. We truly appreciate you reaching out to us, and letting us know your thoughts, concerns, ideas, and giving us an idea of what you’re looking for. We will have new information to share soon, so keep an eye out this week!”
Unfortunately, Reddit users aren’t taking this very well with the comment having over 1600 downvotes. This is either because the same response was used on two other similar threads or because it seemed lacking in any real information or assurance. Either way, with the game’s prices having shot down dramatically in the past week (likely due to Black Friday sales), Bethesda has some major work to do on Fallout 76.
To learn more about the game and what we didn’t like about it, check out GamingBolt’s official review.