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Will 'Fallout 76' Hurt Bethesda's Upcoming Games?

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Comicbook.com reports Fallout 76 from Bethesda may have disappointed some fans, but won't hurt the company's upcoming games. Fallout 76 got a 49-53 on Metacritic with underwhelming sales, and seemed to have a new controversy each week. But Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI are expected to have better reception, at least according to analysts. Bethesda does not have the amount of negative press and hate that EA has gotten with some of its games.

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