The saga of the Fallout 76 canvas bag is probably something that Bethesda had never expected when she first unveiled the game's Collector's Edition. Yet it was the canvas bag that served as a symbol for Fallout 76 as a whole, representing Bethesda's inability to deliver a quality product as advertised. Fallout 76 Players get these canvas bags as originally intended. Shortly before E3 was due to begin in 2019, Bethesda's support revealed that the canvas of Fallout 76 Collector's Edition bags were set for shipment.
Presumably, this was a way for the developer to anticipate questions about the bags during E3 with a short message stating that they were coming. The focus of the event was mainly on Wolfenstein Youngblood and Doom Eternal and Bethesda apparently did not want to take anything away from it Fallout 76 fans get their canvas bags as forum threads and social media posts. Owners of the Collector's Edition say that the bag is a quality product, suggesting that Bethesda kept its word and did not save on manufacturing. It's a smart move, considering what kind of backlash they might face the second time around.
My Fallout 76 bag has arrived xD I've never really taken care of the wrong bags last year, but to be honest, this new one is hella better pic.twitter.com/gYNeOM9bCy[19659007lightboxes-⚡Voltsy🐍(@HeroVoltsy) June 15, 2019
– Ben V Shadow (@V_Shadow_UK) June 14, 2019
Still Few Are Launches Fallout 76 and forget about the controversy surrounding his canvas bag. It began with confirmation that the bag was nylon, not canvas, but problems with Bethesda's security and influence relationships. All while players shared their own problems with Fallout 76 as a game, from numerous mistakes to a broken experience.
And similarly to the bags, Bethesda tries to make it right for their players and plans to continue supporting Fallout 76 in the long run. During the week E3 2019, the developer released a Battle Royale mode called Nuclear Winter, which was so well received that it has become an integral part. In addition, Bethesda turns over a key component of his game by adding NPC quest giver in the Wastelanders update.
Fallout 76 is now available for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.