The Bethesda paid subscription service for Fallout 76, Fallout 1st, does not keep its promises of hosting private servers and the content does not work as planned. Players can always see you on their friends list and join you on your so-called private server, whether they are invited or not. The players also discovered that these private servers were not yet generated, but they reused the old instances of the online version. Fallout 1st is available for all Fallout 76 fans at a price of $13 per month or $100 a year, but the people who buy it early are punished for that.
Players are apparently discovered dead NPCs, looted areas and other evidence that people have already played on the map for which they have just paid their hard-earned money. These numbers prove that Bethesda has a little more bread on the board they could not write it with Fallout 76 and the first Fallout subscription. With this subscription, players have access to a scrap box with unlimited storage where you can store all your craft material. However, the scrap box apparently consumes the waste that the players deposit there. The scrap between scrap but it does not go out.
It is quite obvious that Bethesda did not do the necessary tests for the first Fallout program before asking the Fallout 76 players to use the services offered because these problems should have been quite easy to detect. It is unfortunate that Bethesda takes its most dedicated fans of Fallout and scam several times with Fallout 76, which has been filled with bad news during one's life. With the rewards and services offered, the appearance of Fallout 1st did not seem to be a terrible idea on paper, but its execution was a disaster.
What do you think of Fallout 76 and are you a player who disbursed USD 13 per month for Fallout 1st? Do you think Bethesda will find another way to aggravate and not improve Fallout 76? Let us know in the comments below!