All AAA productions benefit from collector's edition most of which contain an emblematic game subject whose quality is not always below the price of the box. Consequences 76 is no exception to the rule by proposing last year's collector's edition that has a replica of Headset with T-51b.
According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, the US agency responsible for ensuring the product is safe, the helmet has one. Contains a piece of fabric that may contain mold which can cause serious respiratory diseases, especially in people with immune deficiencies or in those with allergies.
GameStop was forced to recall 20,000 copies
The problem does not hit all the headphones, just 20,000 units sold by the online store GameStop she has to contact all of her customers to ask them to return the product. Unfortunately the helmet will not be replaced, customers will simply be refunded.
To date, no one is affected by the T-51b helmets that probably sit more on the shelf than on their owners' heads. The collector's subject is already relatively rare, and this post makes it even more valuable, and the reminder launched by GameSpot may well remain unanswered.
A less serious problem had already been pointed out in the Fallout 76 collector's edition. The helmet was to be accompanied by a canvas carrying case, and it was supplied with a nylon bag. Faced with the wrath of his clients, Bethesda finally replaced the bag.