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Fallout 76 players take revenge on Phil Spencer by straight-up nuking his camp in-game

The Fallout 76 community has gone directly against the head of Xbox after the closing of Arkane Austin, Tango Gameworks, and more studios in the most bombastic way possible.

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The industry is going through dark times, marred by constant layoffs of workers and closures of studios. This week we got the sudden announcement that Xbox was closing down several teams, among which are two very loved studios by the community: Tango Gameworks (Hi-Fi Rush, The Evil Within), and Arkane Austin (Redfall, Prey, Dishonored).

The bad news did not go unnoticed, and although it does not seem to be the solution to the problem, some players have decided to take revenge on the head of the Xbox division, Phil Spencer, in a really curious way: destroying his camp in Fallout 76 by launching a nuclear bomb on him. Several times

Phil Spencer has never shied away from his gamer side, which is why his Xbox Gamertag is public (P3) and he often shares photos and videos of himself playing all kinds of games. Someone bumped into his camp in the Bethesda online title and decided to erase it from the map. And from what comments are saying, it seems like players are not stopping.

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The new Perfect Dark from Xbox Game Studios (The Initiative) was announced at The Game Awards 2020 and four years later, the only news about the game is not exactly positive, because if a year ago it was its own creators who confirmed that development was not going well, now new voices have emerged that claim that it is “a disaster” and that the project is in serious trouble.