Some stores now give Fallout 76 away
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Fallout 76 can rightly be considered one of the worst AAA-products in 2018 (or of last decade?). They had problems on the release — tons of bugs, low FPS, unstable servers; fans were very angry about Premium Edition bundles with outrageously cheap stuff inside, and you may also remember players' data leakage. All in all, Bethesda has implemented many aspects fantastically bad.
And even now, in 2019, retailers are doing their best to sell physical copies of Fallout 76. Many stores have to give away the game to promote other sales.
For example, GameStop in Germany, Austria and Switzerland will provide you with a completely new copy if you buy a used PlayStation 4 or Xbox One gamepad.
Yes, the fact that just 3 months ago it was an AAA-project with a corresponding release price is now worth nothing — and is being sold with used controllers. Bingo!
And Saturn electronics store offers a copy of Fallout 76 to the Xbox One + Fallout 76 bundle. So you buy a console with two game units, because why not.
As always, the jokes are on Twitter: 'I think they’ll be giving free Fallout 76 to the shaving foam soon.'