The Fallout 76 replacement system left players' data exposed. Bethesda responds with a "We Fix"


It looked like Bethesda was about to file her problem with the nylon bags of Fallout 76's Power Armor Edition, but again things go wrong. The proposed substitution system discovered names, telephones and other data of the players.

On the basis of the essentials, Bethesda proposed to replace the bags included in the 200 euros edition of Fallout 76 for the promised canvas bags through its helpdesk. Of course, he was asked to attach the purchase ticket. The problem is that this information – of a private nature – It was totally exposed.

As indicated by the Kotaku medium, in the last hours several users have been able to access the requests sent by other players and, by extension, all the information included in the tickets. As you can see in the capture of Jessie Tracy.


I'm seeing service requests from other users in my Bethesda account. It shows a large number of tickets for the purpose of replacing the Power Armor Edition and these include emails, address addresses and the type of card used. This is not good, right?

A fact that did not take long to refer to Bethesda and that was recorded in different social networks like Reddit, Twitter or the official forums themselves.

Bethesda's answer? Once the problem was resolved, Community Manager was quick to offer a brief message to the community.


Hi Guys, we fixed the problem

Fallout 76 has been a headache for Bethesda, even before his departure, offering in his PC beta the father of all insects and granting from there unwanted immortality or disconnections by excessive radiation. What's more, we're not sure if the story about the nylon bag will end here.

Perhaps the experience in Appalachia is late in the beginning, but, of course, the launch is being everything a carousel of emotions.


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