Fallout 76 has been having a hard time getting to stand on its own two feet, but if you thought technical difficulties were all we'd have to contend with, the latest Fallout 76 Twitch Event has just proven you to be dead wrong.
In what seems as farcical an event as it gets, someone decided that it would be a good idea to have four seemingly random pop-culture personas play Fallout 76. These were: Rick and Morty, Ninja, and Logic. Yeah, no, you read that right: Fallout 76 Rick and Morty is a thing now, and it's worse than bad.
The Twitch stream (which you can watch below, though we do not know why you'd submit yourself to the cringe of it) not only experienced severe Fallout 76 technical difficulties, such as crashes and whatnot, but it also proved that there was no chemistry present between the players whatsoever.
The simulated versions of Rick and Morty were at their dullest here, with virtually all of their jokes falling flat, but the popular streamer Ninja wasn't much more interesting either. The appearance of Logic - the rapper - was never questioned, though we feel it ought to have been.
Indeed, all of this felt like the ultimate 'how do you do, fellow children' moment for Bethesda, and the viewership was really having none if it, calling out everyone involved practically from the start. Cue the on-screen action lagging behind the commentary, awkward stretches of silence, and more.
Instead of bothering with this horror, we must suggest you look into some of the Fallout 76 mods we've been showcasing. This should prove more entertaining, really.