Bethesda Accidentally Released Personal Info

Bethesda Accidentally Released Personal Info

While trying to fix the problems caused by the ’canvas bag controversy ’ Bethesda accidentally released some of their users’ personal info such as email. This was limited to people who bought the Power Armor Edition and applied for a replacement bag. They have since then removed said info and issued an apology.

The Inquisitor
The Inquisitor
RandomusCuntikus 1 year

At Vault Tech we value your privacy.

Omnom 1 year

Keep up the amazing work Bethesda. Your strong work ethics and sky-high standards have really been shining lately.

Vault Tec USA
Vault Tec USA 1 year

Vault Tec is not responsible for any private information being released. Please speak with your represented Overseer for more information. Thank You

Person Unknown
Person Unknown 1 year

How to meltdown a company with 1 bad game

Alasdair Roberts
Alasdair Roberts 1 year

I think this is called salting the wound...

IIZard 1 year

Every idiot who bought that game probably deserves it tbh.

Korvin Carry
Korvin Carry 1 year

note that it was only the people who bought the power armor edition

Havoc44 1 year

man Fallout 76 is that gift that keeps on giving everyday I'd get happyer not buying the game

Watheverable GRAMPS
Watheverable GRAMPS 1 year

Glad I bought Red Dead 2, GoW and Diablo 3 eternal collection instead!

NeverKnows Best
NeverKnows Best 1 year

Wow nothing but bad things about this game everywhere u look

M.Twain 1 year

They tried to expand their platform but did so without really understanding their market. Players of Bethesdas games are not into online multiplayer platforms. The majority of players such as myself are more into the PC platform which allows users to create and use mods in order to personalize the game. The modding community is huge and Bethesda has yet to figure out a way to capitalize on it.

Havoc44 1 year

I genuinely don't understand how you could possibly Doxx your customers by accident😂😂😂 the level of incompetence this takes is breathtaking

DKO 1 year

It's the typical outcome of "why pay competent programmers when we can hire interns and fresh-out-of-college programmers for a fraction of the salary." You pay competent people to work for you precisely so your business doesn't crash and burn. The EU must be salivating to take their scalp, for the GDPR violation. All the money they saved reusing code from previous games, and not building a proper issues tracker, will go to the lawyers now.

Adam Marceau
Adam Marceau 1 year

cant say it is the worst game I ever got but it is nothing special. it is basically just another fallout game that you can play with other people but there is no incentive to so what's the point of it being a online game. every person who knows Bethesda knew bugs would be in it they are kind of known for having them. this is really bad however exposing consumers data is really bad on top of the fact the game is rather lack luster.

Havoc44 1 year

Why don't we just build a wall of money? that way they don't have to come in here for benefits, they can just pick them up at the border and then leave

Harry Tindley
Harry Tindley 1 year

I was one of the people who got the power armour edition. And I wasn’t to pissed about the bag but when they leaked that data I. Felt like getting my pitchfork or something along those lines.

Spartacus 1 year

What a shit show

Vashman 1 year

"Accidentally" No, they just hate their customers.

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