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Bethesda Confirms That Player Vending Is Coming To ‘Fallout 76’ Soon

04 January, 2019, 01:49 | Author: Tara Roberts
  • Fallout 76 Nuke Glitch Error Screen

It seems that Fallout 76 is kicking off 2019 in typical fashion: with a bug that's pretty massive.

At the start of the new year, Fallout 76 players quickly discovered that they were unable to use nuclear weapons, a major draw of the newest iteration of the game.

Bethesda Softworks has performed a maintenance update today for Fallout 76 and fixed the issue with Nukes not triggering since January 1st.

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Usually the nuclear launch codes are reset on a weekly basis, every Monday evening, and players have to battle their way through enemies to find the new ones. They followed up with a new year message that promises a big Fallout 76 update version 1.05 for later this month.

Following increasing speculation, Bethesda took to the thread to confirm that no - this wasn't a feature, it was in fact a bug.

Once a nuclear silo has been used for the week, it often remains closed until the following Monday, where new launch codes are distributed and players hunt to re-use the deadly devices. Instead, players found the exact same codes that were released last week - except this time, they didn't unlock the silos. Bethesda has since been made aware of the issue and deployed a hotfix early this morning to get everything back up and operational.



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