Following the Xbox Store glitch that let users download Fallout 4 for free including the Far Harbor DLC, Microsoft has addressed the issue and updated the Fallout 4 and its content’s price to the original. This step has already stopped all the free downloads, and removed all the games from the libraries of the users who have downloaded it.
However, to compensate, Microsoft is offering $10 to Xbox One users to deposit in their Microsoft accounts. Those users who successfully downloaded the game will be receiving a message from Microsoft regarding the pricing glitch.
Our pricing error on Fallout 4 has been fixed and your free download will no longer work. For the inconvenience we will deposit $10 by the end of June in your Microsoft Account. This expires one year from the time it was deposited.
Of course the gamers will be disappointed by the fact that they have lost their free copy of Fallout, but nonetheless this is a decent gesture by Microsoft. Gamers can use this $10 deposit to purchase DLC for the Fallout 4, or they can purchase Fallout 3 which is available for $5, something for those who are itching for a a free-roaming, deathclaw-fighting fix.
In a related news, Bethesda has released mod support for Fallout 4 on Xbox One, however, there is a 2 GB size limit to the mods. The mod support for the Xbox One version of Fallout 4 was a huge hit according to Bethesda. The Xbox traffics was 50 times more than compared to the initial Fallout 4 PC mod support launch.
However, Bethesda did not specify that how they define traffic, but the publisher seems definitely happy with the results.
It is important to mention that Fallout 4 mods will not let you earn achievements in the game, whether its Xbox One version or PC.
Fallout 4 is an post apocalyptic RPG, currently available for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4.