cancel and harass other players
Sometimes RPG fans can get a little carried away and start doing all sorts of things. Fallout 76 players have encountered similar people
Fallout 76 had a real drama due to RPG fans getting too carried away. The Enclave Armed Forces (EAF) disappeared from social media and went silent after role-playing games went too far. The EAF has become the object of hatred for a significant part of the Fallout 76 community.
Journalists received information that representatives of the EAF group forced players to play Fallout 76 “correctly”. EAF pursued the guilty players on different servers.
Allegedly, one of the leaders of the General Gray Fox group is a former member of the armed forces and law enforcement agencies. In the EAF group, military ranks were issued, there was appropriate discipline and a code of conduct was in force. Officers were appointed to whom they had to report.
To join the EAF, one had to go through a series of interviews, and also checked the lists of friends on the PlayStation Network. The incoming player had to remove the incorrect friends pointed to by EAF.
The journalist tried to play the role of an independent virtual journalist in Fallout 76 and came to the attention of the EAF. The group appealed to the leaders of the main factions and demanded not to contact the journalist. EAF didn’t like her ” wrong postings “.
The behavior of the EAF finally got the fans of Fallout 76. At first, the group somehow held on, but gradually the situation began to heat up more and more. As a result, EAF disappeared into the network, the group cleaned up social media resources and the website. The number of “surviving” members of the EAF after the popular anger is unknown.