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Fans are upset about Bethesda charging $7 for a refrigerator in Fallout 76

From GameWatcher: "Fallout 76 has, after all of its content updates and patches, revealed itself to be a fair game, but its microtransactions are nothing to scoff at. The latest refrigerator fiasco is all about an in-game fridge that costs $7 in real-life currency, for example.

Naturally, fans are flabbergasted with this development, but what adds oil to the fire is the fact that Bethesda has added the fridge following a thread on Reddit asking them to do so. Presumably, adding it as a microtransaction wasn't what the author of the thread originally had in mind."

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Juusterey12d ago

If you're still playing this you have 0 right to complain about shit like this

-Foxtrot12d ago

Truth

They know that if they can sucker people into keep playing then they can do what they like

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paradigmfellow11d ago

Agreed. They should have learned their lesson by now.

RealOldGamer10d ago

To be fair, the game has gotten a lot better since launch.
I am actually enjoying it.

But stuff like this just erodes all the good will they managed to get back with their constant improvements.

They should have made the 50% craftable, and sold the plans to a 75% (or even 100%) for real money. I would be fine with something like this, since they do need to earn $$ and put it back into development.

bloop10d ago

".....since they do need to earn $$ and put it back into development."

If they just made a good game instead of half assing it in the first place, maybe it would have sold well enough that they'd NEVER need to charge for a REFRIGERATOR.

King_Noctis11d ago

Yes it does. 10 fans and counting.

Bhuahahaha11d ago (Edited 11d ago )

well theres 1 - 2 thats down voting AHAHHAHAHA

PMind10d ago

There's dozens of them... DOZENS!

Yi-Long12d ago

Just when you start thinking: "I wonder if they've fixed all this game by now!? It's 15 euro here in stores: maybe I should pick it up and give it a try!?" , you'll come across an article like this, about Bethesda's DLC-greed, and you go "Nah, I was completely right to skip this!"

Relientk7712d ago

Bethesda trying to recover money from this disaster of a game.

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