'Fallout 76' bug disabled nukes on New Year's Day

CREDIT Bethesda

CREDIT Bethesda

Good news for Fallout 76's nuke enthusiasts, Bethesda has now fixed the bug which duplicated players nuke codes making them unusable.

The post is really just a precursor to something rather more significant, and the next batch of important-to-some-people patch notes. "Thank you for your patience while we look into this issue", the Bethesda tweet read. They are also promising a big update later this month for the game.

On the 1st January 2019, Bethesda achieved complete nuclear disarmament in Fallout 76- disabling nuclear silos and preventing players from launching nukes. Keep providing your feedback and letting us know what you'd like to see.

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While the unintentional state of nuclear disarmament may seem amusing to many of us, launching your own nuke was one of the few tangible goals to strive towards in 76, and to have that very feature go AWOL is a bit of a drag to many players.

Fallout 76, a title that had been much maligned by critics and players alike since its release, is getting a new update in order to address its issues.

Exactly how vending will work, for now, is unknown. These codes are used to launch nukes which irradiate large areas, spawning high-level scorched beasts that hold some of the game's most sought-after gear.

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