Enraged Customer Wants Full Refund for Fallout 76, Trashes GameStop

Enraged Customer Wants Full Refund for Fallout 76, Trashes GameStop

He didn't have a receipt.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Nov 19, 2018 @ 10:57 AM (Staff Bios)
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It's no secret that people are unhappy about Fallout 76. Some folks have taken a more violent approach, however. One disgruntled gamer trashed a GameStop after they refused to issue a full refund for the game.

News of the event spread on social media as a viral video. The video shows a man at the counter of a GameStop being told that the store policy doesn't cover a full refund of the game. When the store manager is done explaining why (he didn't have a receipt), the customer paces around before pushing over various product display stands.

As soon as the customer left, the manager answered the ringing phone, completely unphased by the ordeal. And they say working retail doesn't encourage apathy. It's not clear if the customer was later pursued damages to the store. But a police report is likely to take place.

In the meantime, the video quickly spread through the internet. The discontent with Fallout 76 is a common topic as of late since the game released less than a week ago. Many players were upset with the lack of NPC interaction and online functionality. We wrote in-depth about how a strong player divide takes place with every Fallout game.

Whether you hated the game or not, don't be like this guy.

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