I have a lot of love for Movies especially science fiction however nothing beats the fun of sitting behind a screen and playing some hard core FPS games. Apart from them i am a major lover of Assassins Creed titles especially Brotherhood, The Witcher and God Of War. Huge fan of animation director Hayo Mayazaki.
Bethesda has put it quite a lot of effort and risk in the recently released Fallout 76. Risk to such a level that they certainly can not face any blow. Speaking of blow, just recently the law firm, Migliaccio & Rathod LLP has shared that they plan to take a class action against Bethesda for having deceptive trade practices regarding Fallout 76.
Migliaccio & Rathod LLP on its official blog said that Bethesda has deployed deceptive trade methods for Fallout 76 and they have given birth to some serious question. Which are now under investigation.
According to the blog post,
“Migliaccio & Rathod LLP is currently investigating Bethesda Game Studios for releasing a heavily-glitched game, Fallout 76, and refusing to issue refunds for PC purchasers of the game who found it to be unplayable because of its technical problems,” the blog post claims.
“While minor bugs and glitches are expected with the release of most new games, Fallout 76 launched with a 56GB patch that has proven to be but a starting point for the game’s problems.
Gamers who have tried to receive a refund because of the game’s myriad glitches have been unable to do so since they downloaded the game, leaving them to deal with an unplayable experience until patches bring it back to a playable state.”
Now based on the reports it seems to be that there are issues with the refund policies regarding Fallout 76, so much so that this law firm is now all eyes and ears to this.
It is no secret that since Fallout 76 has rolled out, it has not been able to level up to the expectations. Although some might say that the game does reach some promises but has been plagued with bugs. For which the devs have been rolling out massive patches.
However, for this lawsuit due to deceptive trade practices in Fallout 76, Bethesda might need more than a patch to save itself.