Bethesda sued because Fallout 4’s all-inclusive Season Pass did not include everything

Bethesda sued because Fallout 4's all-inclusive Season Pass did not include everything

Bethesda and parent company Zenimax Media are facing a class-action lawsuit concerning the DLC for Fallout 4, which is currently in the discovery phase. The action was launched in 2019 and revolves around Fallout 4’s Season Pass, which was sold before the game’s release with the following promise: “To reward our most loyal fans, this time we’ll be offering a Season Pass that will get you all of the Fallout 4 DLC we ever do for just $30 […] Based on what we did for Oblivion, Fallout 3, and Skyrim, we know that it will be worth at least $40, and if we do more, you’ll get it all with the Season Pass.”

That seems pretty unambiguous, and Fallout 4 was released with the Season Pass in 2015 to great commercial success. In 2016 Bethesda increased the price of the Season Pass to $50. And then, in 2017, it announced the launch of the Bethesda Creation Club: “a collection of all-new content for both Fallout 4 and Skyrim. It features new items, abilities, and gameplay created by Bethesda Games Studios and outside development partners including the best community creators. Creation Club content is fully curated and compatible with the main game and official add-ons.”

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