Company Lets Boy With Cancer Play Video Game Months Before Release

A 12-year-old boy with cancer was granted a wish to play a video game before it was released. Bethesda, the makers of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout , allowed a boy named Wes play Fallout 76 months before it was released. They brought the game to his house. Wes and his family were recently told by doctors that they would be stopping treatment. He was diagnosed with stage-four neuroblastoma at just five years old. Wes wasn't able to keep the game, but he did get to experience it for hours, and according to his parents, "it made him happier than you know." A gofundme account has been set up to help pay for Wes' hospital expenses. 



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