Fallout 76 is one of the most controversial releases from Bethesda studios as the title is probably one of the worst games ever to come out of the studio. Although the studio has tried to bring different features to the game since its release, they didn’t really become popular among gamers. As a result, the company decided to launch its Fallout 1st premium subscription service for Fallout 76 few days earlier. However, the features have been negatively received and now, the company has admitted that some of the intended features don’t even work properly.
With the $13 per month or $100 per year subscription fees, the studio is bringing several features to the game which should have been part of the game in the first place. In case you are unaware, you would get features like private sessions, bigger storage containers, and survival tents if you subscribe to the new program. However, in the subreddit, gamers have pointed out that the features don’t work properly as private sessions aren’t really private, the unlimited scrap containers make items vanish forever, and using the tent is crashing the game at times.
In a recent statement to Polygon, the company has admitted the flaws and said that the developers are working on solving them. As a result, players can expect a patch in the future.
The company said, “We understand this is not what players expected for their Private Worlds. We are looking to provide an option in an upcoming patch that will allow Fallout 1st members to restrict access to their servers more completely.”
“Our initial investigation indicated that this was a display issue and that no items had gone missing. However, we have since found that a small number of players have, in fact, experienced a loss of scrap items after placing them into the Scrap Box and then loading into a world. Resolving this issue is currently our top priority,” he continued.
At the moment however, he didn’t reveal when we will receive the fixes for the problems.