Players banned from Fallout 76 can return to the game under one condition
Bethesda had banned Fallout 76 players who use third-party software last week. Many players have been banned from Fallout 76, including mod users and cheaters. However, Bethesda announced that players who had been banned from Fallout 76 would be able to return to the game under one condition. Banned players will return to Fallout 76 only if they write an essay on the damage they're giving to the player community.
Fallout 76 and Bethesda continue to be on the agenda with interesting news. Bethesda, who sent nylon bags to players instead of the canvas bags they had promised, had become the focus of negative criticism. Bethesda has now come up with an interesting method of amnesty. Bethesda banned players who use third party software in Fallout 76 previously. They later suggested the requirement to write an essay to remove the bans of the players and the offer was accepted by the players. However, only the players who cheat will write an essay and wait for forgiveness. The players who use mod will just tell Bethesda about their problems. There is a lesson to be learned here: Essays are important kids!