Fallout 76 is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.
Other issues have cropped up as well, including something as silly as a canvas bag production issue. This is because the Maryland-based company recently announced that it's giving away the Fallout Classic Collection to Fallout 76 players early next month. The company is also offering Fallout Classic Collection with any new purchase of Fallout 76 through Bethesda's own digital store and launcher, which is now on sale for $39.99. Reviews from critics and players alike have been underwhelming, and the developer has been in full damage control mode since the game launched in November.
The tweet doesn't mention that the giveaway is in response to the negative reception and controversies surrounding Fallout 76, but it's hard to see it any other way. Anybody who pre-ordered the game on PC also received a free copy of the Fallout Classic Collection; this offer was added a few weeks prior to the game's release, but was retroactively applied to all PC pre-orders by Bethesda. However, they will giveaway only PC version of The Fallout Classic Collection to the users. Currently, you can get it for even less money due to the winter sale and whatnot.
Bethesda said the free offer is expected to go live in early January. All three of these games were developed by Interplay Entertainment, prior to the acquisition of the franchise by Bethesda. Fallout Tactics: Brotherhood of Steel came out in 2001.