How do fanboys justify the nylon bag? They swallow it. They embrace reality.
You can already read their replies.
"We weren't going to use the bag anyways."
"The Nylon is nicer then the canvas ever could be."
"500 Free Atoms is a insane deal."
Obviously it was wrong to change it without letting customers know. Its akin to buying a pallet of bricks to build your house and a truck of lumber pulls up and they say "sorry, we didn't have enough materials to do it, so here."
"For any type of lawsuit to go anywhere you need to show damages, how much damages do you think actually exist between getting a nylon vs. canvas bag? Do you really think the value of that bag is going to be more than $5 differrence?"
People will accept getting taken to the cleaners by a billion dollar corporation, and even support it now. This is sad. But what else do you expect from a generation that has been trained to accept half of the game getting chopped off to be sold to them later as "DLC".
Collector editions of any game have been unlimited trash for the price on peak of the adding occurring decade, anyone who thinks they are getting $140 in value along surrounded by the connection items is kidding themselves, and anyone who bought the collectors edition - though it came as advertised - was a fool.
I'm not defending Bethesda, but see at how class feint-feat lawsuits adjoining calculation companies have subsequent to. Barnes and Nobels and the Nook, you profit a freaking eBook worth no on peak of $8, you'll atmosphere that every single one contiguously Bethesda is going to be basically zilch in reward, thus I don't know what magic people are expecting to happen from some class doing act.