Bethesda Forgot To Get Fallout 1st Domain, Website Now Called ‘Fallout F*ck You 1st’

Bethesda shocked and enraged the world with its recent unveiling of Fallout 1st, a subscription service that introduces a single-player element to Fallout 76.

Fallout 76’s launch and updates have all been somewhat…terrible, and of course, the announcement of Fallout 1st had to just follow the tradition.

Elder Scrolls 6
Credit: Bethesda

It seems that Bethesda didn’t actually secure the domain name for Fallout 1st before showing it off to the world, meaning that the name has since been snapped up and termed into something a little more hilarious.

Heading over to the website will show you a message “from Bethesda” that mimics the original announcement from the actual company. However, whoever’s actually behind the website has painstaking gone through the text to rip Bethesda a new one at every chance possible. It’s VERY NSFW, but you can check it out here, (here’s an archived link too).

Credit: Bethesda

One of the paragraphs reads: “Ever since Fallout 76 launched, we have consistently done nothing to improve and evolve the experience based on your sh*tty feedback.

“That’s why we’re excited to launch Fallout F*CK YOU 1st, a premium *ss pounding membership that offers something dumbass players have been asking for since before launch: private worlds for you and select idio- *cough* … friends.”


Credit: Bethesda

In the actual blog post from Bethesda, the perks behind Fallout 1st can be explored in a lot of detail. The backlash to the announcement was pretty severe, with outraged gamers taking to social media to vent their frustration over the membership.

The membership costs $12.99 for one month, or you can get a year-long subscription for $99.99. This is on top of the base game price of course, which has left a bitter taste in the mouths of lots of players.

Credit: Bethesda

Have you subscribed to Fallout 1st?

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda