Bethesda has something of a reputation for launching games with, you know, problems. Back in October, the studio transcended its own, uh, previous prestige with a Fallout 76 beta glitch that unironically nuked the entire thing. Now, some sort of bug on the company’s support site has exposed its customers’ personal data, including home and email addresses and even credit card info, and you can’t make this stuff up.
But this screenshot has been super useful, so there’s that.
For context, though, we’ll have to rewind the holotape. Fallout 76’s reveal at E3 in June was accompanied by the now inevitable pre-order opening of a must-have Power Armor Edition, featuring a replica T-51b helmet, a glow-in-the-dark map, some collectible figurines, and a West Tek-branded bag. More specifically, a canvas West Tek-branded bag. It’s even on the description, in capital letters and everything.
Except, that’s not what actually shipped. Instead, people who paid $200 got this cheap, flimsy nylon bag.