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Fallout 76 glitch drops players into unreleased Vault 63

Fallout 76 glitch drops players into unreleased Vault 63

At this point, glitches and Fallout 76 are something akin to peanut butter and jelly - a pairing so common that it's strange to think of one without the other. Those glitches reared their head again over the weekend, but this time around, they gave us a look inside an area that has so far been closed off to players: Vault 63. A group of players got stuck in the unfinished vault over the weekend while trying to do a completely unrelated quest, and they were able to give us a look inside.

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After Fallout 76 stumble, analyst predicts 2019 release for Elder Scrolls VI

After Fallout 76 stumble, analyst predicts 2019 release for Elder Scrolls VI

Even though Bethesda has promised that 2019 will be a big year when it comes to improving Fallout 76, there still isn't much denying that the game hasn't really had the success the company was hoping for. With this in mind, one notable industry analyst has been driven to make a bold prediction for Bethesda in 2019. Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter thinks that Bethesda may move up the release of The Elder Scrolls VI to 2019 in order to compensate for the chilly reception of Fallout 76.

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Fallout 76 kicks off 2019 with a game-breaking bug

Fallout 76 kicks off 2019 with a game-breaking bug

It seems that Fallout 76 is kicking off 2019 in typical fashion: with a bug that's pretty massive. Nukes currently aren't working in the game, and haven't been since the calendar rolled over into the new year. We haven't been given a reason why nukes aren't working just yet, but we do know that Bethesda is on the case.

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Fallout 76 Nuka Dark Rum: The Truth About Glass

Fallout 76 Nuka Dark Rum: The Truth About Glass

There's a new tie-in product for Fallout 76, and it's not for the everyday average gamer. You might've heard about Nuka Cola - especially if you've played a Fallout game before - and you might also have heard early chatter about this Nuka Dark Rum. It was to be a glorious bottle of rum made in the grand tradition of high-quality licensed and Bethesda-endorsed spin-off products of the past. Now, here at the tail end of 2018 as Nuka Dark Rum ships to early buyers, something seems a bit... off.

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Fallout 76 has made Bethesda lose its mind

Fallout 76 has made Bethesda lose its mind

Pretty much from the very beginning, Fallout 76 has been a PR nightmare for Bethesda. There seems to be controversy after controversy with this game, and the most alarming part about all of this is Bethesda's reaction to the criticism and complaints it receives. Sometimes, it really seems like Bethesda has gone off the deep end.

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Fallout 76 cheaters have a hilarious way to escape the ban

Fallout 76 cheaters have a hilarious way to escape the ban

All of the controversy surrounding Fallout 76 keeps getting weirder and weirder. First it was nylon bags, then it was a head-scratching support ticket glitch, and now the topic shifts to essays. As it turns out, at least a few Fallout 76 players have been banned, and in order to get the ban lifted, Bethesda is asking them to write essays on the evils of cheating in video games.

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Bethesda’s free game Fallout 76 apology has backfired

Bethesda’s free game Fallout 76 apology has backfired

Fallout players are getting a surprise treat, with Bethesda confirming free games for anybody who played Fallout 76 this year, though as you might have predicted it hasn't exactly gone according to plan. The move comes after widespread criticism of the game, which has seen the developer struggle with server downtime and more.

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Fallout 76 support ticket glitch exposes customer data

Fallout 76 support ticket glitch exposes customer data

Fallout 76 is proving to be one mess after another. First, the bugs and the broken state the game launched in left some players regretting their purchase, and then there was even more disappointment surrounding one of pack-in items that shipped with the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition. Instead of the canvas bag that was seen in pre-release advertising materials, buyers received a cheap nylon bag, which certainly made the Power Armor Edition's $200 price tag less palatable.

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As Fallout 76 beta begins, Bethesda has a message for fans

As Fallout 76 beta begins, Bethesda has a message for fans

Today is a big day for Fallout fans and Bethesda alike, as the beta for Fallout 76 begins on Xbox One. Fallout 76 is a pretty big release for Bethesda, as it ventures into what is uncharted territory for the company: multiplayer. Bethesda's biggest franchises, The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, have traditionally been single player ones, but Fallout 76 turns all of that on its head by being a multiplayer-only game.

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New Fallout 76 details surface as beta looms

New Fallout 76 details surface as beta looms

Fallout 76 is nearly upon us, and with a beta test for the game beginning later this month, players who have pre-ordered are probably wondering what to expect. New details about the game are coming down the pipeline today, with Bethesda detailing a variety of different things about the game. These include details on things like grouping, PvP, and even fast traveling.

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Fallout 76 beta start dates revealed as opening cinematic debuts

Fallout 76 beta start dates revealed as opening cinematic debuts

One of the most interesting launches of the year is likely going to be Fallout 76. This new game represents a big move for the Fallout franchise and for Bethesda in general, and it's a multiplayer game in a traditionally single player series. There are definitely a lot of people curious to see if the Fallout formula can work in a multiplayer game, and those people don't necessarily need to wait until the game launches to find out.

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Fallout 76: perk cards, anti-griefing, modding private servers

Fallout 76: perk cards, anti-griefing, modding private servers

At E3 last June, Bethesda dropped multiple bombshells, many of which still have to actually land in players’ hands. One of the most anticipated but also most doubted of the pack is Fallout 76, an online survival version of the widely popular franchise. The skepticism and concern mostly come from the Herculean task of bringing elements that made Fallout a hit to an online setting without also bringing the most hated elements of online games. And at QuakeCon, Bethesda revealed exactly how it plans to do that.

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