Fallout 76 has certainly been a hot topic since its release back in November 14th, 2018. Unfortunately, a lot of the discussion surrounding Fallout 76 revolves around several different issues and bad decisions made by Bethesda. Whether its the canvas versus vinyl collectors edition issue, or the quality of the game as it is littered by some bugs that made it practically unplayable. It is safe to say Bethesda will need to do some serious work to win back the love of their fans. With the holidays just around the corner, it appears Bethesda is in the giving spirit for Fallout 76 owners.

On Twitter today it was announced that any Fallout 76 players that played the full game during 2018 will be entitled to the Fallout Classic Collection. The Fallout Classic Collection includes Fallout1, Fallout 2 and Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel. This entitlement is not for just Fallout 76 PC players, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One owners will also gain access to these titles. While the classic Fallout games are not playable on a console. They can, however, be played on any laptop or tablet, due to their very low-performance requirements. The Fallout Classic Collection will be available to Fallout 76 owners early in January, so keep an eye out in the email box you have registered for a Bethesda account.

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