The Fallout 76 beta has come to an end but users of PC encountered a problem as they can’t seem to uninstall the beta files unless they buy the full game.
Fans on Reddit are complaining about this issue and on the Bethesda forums, this issue is also been talked about. This doesn’t seem to be an isolated issue.
When trying to uninstall Fallout 76 beta on PC the Bethesda.net launcher application forces a pop-up window asking you to sign in, when you are logged in it still doesn’t uninstall the game. Instead, it another pop-up a window comes up saying: ‘”You don’t have access to this game.”
It is speculated that since servers are offline for the time being, the user is unable to log in and delete the content, so when all the servers are up for the launch on the release date user should be able to delete the beta version.
If you want, you can delete the Bethesda.net launcher application and Fallout 76 game files from the program file probably located on your C Drive.
For those fans who are planning to play Fallout 76 at launch, the beta files will be updated with the full game. If you somehow managed to uninstall the beta version then the original game will be a much larger file to download.
If you have already made some progress in the beta version then it will be automatically included in the full version of the game at launch, so you don’t have to create a new character unless you want to.
Fallout 76 will release worldwide on November 14 for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. Since the game will unlock for everyone tomorrow, you can also check out the unlock times for the game.