Fallout 76 Player Takes Over Fallout 1st Website In Protest
It was recently revealed that Fallout 76 now has a premium subscription service for players who want a private server. Unfortunately, this did not go over as well as Bethesda had hoped. In fact, it led to one upset player getting their hands on the Fallout 1st domain before the devs could, and they turned it into a big protest.
The website found at FalloutFirst.com has since been taken down, but not before some people were able to grab some screenshots. Plus, there is always the Wayback Machine for those who want to check out the page in all of its glory. Essentially, the angry Fallout 76 player switched up a bit of the wording of the announcement post and turned it into something that players might agree with a bit more. Check it out for yourself below:
In case the site gets lawyered lol. pic.twitter.com/gtoRnnLHOj
— The Outer Jez 🚀 (@JezCorden) October 24, 2019
For those who are unaware, the Fallout 1st subscription comes in at $13 a month, or $99 for a year, and it provides players with a private server as well as a handful of other items. Needless to say, the price tag is not exactly in line with what is being offered, which has led to players ripping the service to shreds on the Internet.
Fallout 76 is currently available on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Keep it tuned to Don’t Feed the Gamers as this story develops, and for other gaming goodness going on right now, check out the following:
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