Bethesda Suffers Customer Data Leak Over Canvas Bag Support Tickets

Fallout 76’s launch is going from bad to worse

Fallout 76’s launch is going from bad to worse

As Kotaku reports, earlier this week Bethesda's support system started sharing the support tickets of those requesting replacement Fallout 76 bags with other players filing similar tickets. Fallout 76 could be pre-ordered in a pricey Power Armor set, complete with a wearable replica helmet and a tote bag. "I am receiving every single one of your support tickets on my Bethesda account", said Jessiepie.

"These receipts contain all your info", the post reads. Resource production rates and extractor capacities for camp sites had all been slightly reduced, which wouldn't normally be a huge issue, except in Fallout 76, these campsites reset whenever you log off of the game, meaning you can only use them to farm for the amount of time you stay on one server.

I'm not going to paste screenshots of what I have access to for the privacy of people, but I can see receipts of people from all over the world, and if I can, other people probably can, too. I just wanted to let y'all know that this is happening atm. I wouldn't want to be the person having to respond to all of you. I was unable to file a ticket to attempt to replicate the issue, however, as the ticket-submission page was still missing its "submit" button as of press time. Is there anyone enjoying the game like me? Be nice to each other.

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The Bethesda Support twitter account tweeted this morning to say the issue had been resolved, and pointed out that no passwords had been revealed. If we have any more news on this issue we will update the article. "We plan to notify customers who may have been impacted", the company wrote on Twitter.

There's not much you can do about this particular breach until we have more information from Bethesda, though if you're really anxious about extra spam, you could switch to a new email address.

The hits keep on coming for Bethesda and its customers.

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