Many free updates promised us with the arrival of 'Wastelanders', but the studio behind 'Fallout 76' wasted no time in ruining it, featuring a dysfunctional system, and the worst part is that it only offers a message and mediocre additional content by way of apology for your players.
We talked about the new S.C.O.R.E system, whose players did not take long to notice that something was wrong, as it was somewhat broken and there were no mistakes, forcing Bethesda to apologize for ruining another ‘Fallout 76’ event.
In the words of the study, this S.C.O.R.E. They won't be getting a replacement directly, so there isn't much they can do to get you back the hours they've invested since launch, but at least they say they will do their best to fix it.
However, we know that the damage is done and it is almost impossible to calm the blood cravings of all those who spent hours on the update, to finally discover that the S.C.O.R.E. it is just another stumbling block in the path of ‘Fallout 76’.
We are unable to provide a replacement to S.C.O.R.E directly, so we are planning additional challenges to help offset the S.C.O.R.E that may have been lost.
This is explained by Bethesda Softworks in their last entry in Inside the Vault, where they affirm that players will have nine additional challenges, those that will be available until July 20, in addition to those that will be added for the future.
But that's not all, as they also announce a standard double experience weekend, the one that begins this afternoon and will end on Monday, July 20, while the double S.C.O.R.E. will start on July 23.
It's basically mediocre compensation, especially for those who spent hours and hours on this update, though you'll at least gain more experience in 'Fallout 76', but will this be the latest stumbling block in the study? Mmotank know very well not.