According to Bethesda's dev team, the update is meant to "address a service issue", but whilst the game is planned to be down for just two hours, it could very well take longer.
Bethesda soon followed this with a seemingly more-fitting offer: an actual canvas bag, just like the publisher had originally promised. The details - which included people's names, addresses and phone numbers - mostly belonged to Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition buyers, who were after a replacement canvas bag for the nylon one that was actually included. On a Bethesda-hosted online forum, poster RadioactiveTrinket was able to see "all sorts" of tickets while trying to update his or her own ticket on Bethesda's support website.
While I noticed some of the improvements, like fewer issues with building and relocating my camp, I also noticed enemies acting more strangely, and even occasionally getting healed for seemingly no reason.
Obsidian's making a first person sci-fi game called The Outer Worlds
The first reveal of The Outer Worlds paints a picture that might make fans of Obsidian's Fallout: New Vegas happy. Microsoft's acquisition of Obsidian last month won't affect The Outer Worlds' release.
Cleveland Cavaliers trade George Hill to Milwaukee for Matthew Dellavedova
The deal came together Friday in time for teams to be able to re-package players in other trades before February's trade deadline. But the Cavs are thinking about the future and by moving Hill and Dekker, they've picked up more assets.
Trailer Tuesday: Captain Marvel
Insiders are pointing toward Wednesday as the specific day when the trailer will drop, according to Esquire . Marvel Studios unveiled the second trailer for the upcoming superhero film during "Monday Night Football ".
It seems like the code of the website sucks as much as the one of the game.
"Hi guys, we've resolved this issue". Now there's 8 pages of canvas bag requests, tickets and "fix or refund me" demands.
Equally, as this is simply a service issue and hotfix, Bethesda has warned that the game will not have any additional patch notes to share. However, no credit card or password details were compromised. "We plan to notify customers who may have been impacted", the company wrote on Twitter.
It appears they posted a screenshot as proof when originally making the post but it has since been taken down to help keep user data as secure as possible, given the situation.