Fallout 76 players are being banned for a surprising reason

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Other issues have cropped up as well, including something as silly as a canvas bag production issue. The collection was initially available as a pre-order bonus for Fallout 76. Reviews from critics and players alike have been underwhelming, and the developer has been in full damage control mode since the game launched in November.

Fallout 76 was one of the disappointments of the year, so Bethesda wants to compensate all the players who acquired the title.

To qualify for the games, all you need to have done is played the game (online) in 2018.

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Nonetheless, these are highly regarded, turn-based role-playing games, some of the finest to be ever released on PC (regarding Bethesda's giveaway, even PS4 and Xbox One owners of Fallout 76 will get the PC editions of these games by the way).

The Fallout Classic Collection can be purchased on Steam for $19.99 (about Rs 1,399). It's now only $8.98 on PC due to the Steam Winter Sale, but is typically listed at $29.95. The good news is that this applies to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC communities. All three of these games were developed by Interplay Entertainment, prior to the acquisition of the franchise by Bethesda. The tweet doesn't specify how the collection will be distributed, but it's safe to assume that Bethesda will use its own Bethesda.net Launcher when the offer goes live early next month.

Although they are offering this package to all users who have logged in their Fallout 76. It includes the original Fallout, Fallout 2, and Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel.